As always, and befitting the memory of Dr. King, many events will again center around service. I will once again be joining the Human Rights Campaign as they collect and assemble donations to help LGBT homeless youth. HRC will use the donations to create life-sustaining care packages for distribution to young people in distress.
By Terence Loose, Contributor The state in which you choose to live can play a big role in how far your paycheck stretches each month. Some states ...
This reflection is written from South Africa, where the author is currently co-teaching "The Struggle to Be Well", a study-away course offered by Gust...
Now that the holidays are over it's time to put on my turban, dust off the crystal ball and see what the future holds for the year ahead.
As the number of families without homes continues to increase, more attention is being focused on their plight.
There are rules for issuing and securitizing mortgages. These rules were completely ignored in the peak years of the housing bubble. At every step, there were people who knew they were not following the law, but thought it would not matter.
I was visiting the Museum of the City of New York this past weekend and drifted into the exhibit on Affordable Housing.
After a lifetime of living in and serving people in public housing, I am convinced that homelessness is merely a symptom of a much larger and deeper social problem. Simply providing a family with shelter does little to resolve the underlying problem that created the homelessness in the first place.
After attending a presentation on the history of housing segregation and race, parent Wendy Jacobson decided to see what her son's AP history textbook had to say on the matter.
Clichés are prevalent throughout our culture because they reflect a certain truth about life. The phrases here are common everyday phrases and are words to live by both in your personal and professional life.
"Crap." That word is used quite often by the handful (one handful) of analysts and traders who "shorted" (bet against) the trillion-dollar mortgage-b...
Self-employed borrowers, unlike traditional homebuyers, often encounter a few obstacles when attempting to get approved for a home mortgage loan. The reasons can be complicated. Here's a story that I believe best sums up the experience many self-employed borrowers will encounter when looking to purchase a home.
When someone asks me how the real estate market is, the cocktail party answer is that it's been a very pleasing 12 months and future looks bright and shiny. Because the economic news is good our Denver Metro real estate market is projected to stay strong but not overheat.
So, how are you coming on your New Year's resolutions? Are you the kind that even makes them? Whether you are or not, most of us aspire to being more organized in the New Year.
In my view, the goal of Wall Street -- under the guise of "managing" your money -- is to maximize the transfer of your assets to itself and to avoid regulation that would hinder its attempt to do so. It succeeds in these efforts through massive contributions to congressional campaigns.
Zap those zombies. Silence the serial killers. Get out of outer space. Cancel cancer and forget about fantasy. The very best films of the last few...