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The U.S. Has A Dire Shortage Of Affordable Homes, And Trump Wants To Make It Worse
There are only 37 affordable homes available for every 100 extremely low-income renters.
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The 4 Ideas That Could Define Housing Policy in 2019
After years of inaction, states and cities are taking aggressive steps to protect renters and bring costs down.
The Housing Crisis Has Made Parenting A Pipe Dream For Some
Women share how America's affordable housing problem has forced them to rethink their plans for kids.
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24 Million Mortgage And Bank Loan Documents Leaked Online
The unsecured server contained loan and mortgage agreements, repayment schedules and other highly sensitive financial and tax documents.
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Relief Comes For Low-Income Tenants Threatened With Rent Hike Due To Shutdown
The landlord has now told the mostly elderly households in four states that the rent won’t rise.
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What Happens When Teachers Can't Afford To Live In Their Own Cities
Rapidly rising rents and soaring property prices are driving out invaluable public-sector workers.
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This Is What No One Tells You About Being Evicted
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The trauma of being poor, so poor that your home can be taken away, still lives with me.
Deval Patrick, Foreclosure Mogul
How the 2020 Democratic presidential contender helped a Republican billionaire rip off the middle class.
5 Ways You Might Be Committing Mortgage Fraud
It carries a penalty of up to 30 years in jail or $1 million in fines.
Northern Californians Flee Fire, Move Into Tent Cities
These Northern Californians have lost their homes to the Camp Fire inferno.
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What Life Is Like In Hong Kong, The Most Expensive City To Live In The World
People are sleeping in "coffin" apartments, illegal shacks and McDonald’s restaurants.
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Families Squat In Abandoned Homes As The Housing Crisis Grips Detroit
"I wanted people to know I’m not just a squatter. I’m trying to make this a home," said one mother.
Voters Finally Got A Chance To Weigh In On The Housing Crisis
In a slew of ballot initiatives, voters approved measures to address rising rents and homelessness.
'I Eat Once A Day': The Untold Stories Of The Housing Crisis
We asked our readers to tell us how rising rents and living costs are affecting their lives. Their answers surprised us.
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Hurricane Victims Who Need The Most Help Have Hardest Time Getting It
“We need to do a better of job of making sure that the safety net reaches everybody that’s been impacted."
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This Indiana City's Vacant Homes Show The Other Side Of The Housing Crisis
Abandoned houses dominate the landscape and the Indiana National Guard spent the summer bulldozing buildings.
Americans Are Being Crushed By The Cost Of Housing. Tell Us How It Threatens Your Future.
In our new project "Betting the House: Affording a Home in America," HuffPost wants to help you tell your housing story.
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Should You Buy A House If You’re In Debt?
Here are the five most important things to consider.
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America’s Affordable Housing Crisis Isn’t Just Hitting Cities
Rural areas are getting crunched, too.
Buying A House Has Hidden Costs. Here Are 11 Big Ones.
Your mortgage payment is only the beginning.
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4 Ways To Buy A Zero-Down Home
You may not need tens of thousands of dollars to purchase a house.
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Think You're Ready To Buy A House? Ask These 6 Questions First.
Make sure you can take on a home without going broke.
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The Worst Home Buying And Selling Advice Realtors And Mortgage Brokers Have Heard
What’s tricky about bad advice is that often it sounds good.
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Don't Count On Gift Money For A Down Payment Without Knowing The Rules First
Legally, you can't pay it back.
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Displaced Puerto Ricans Face Dire Situations As FEMA Housing Aid Nears Its End
A court ruling has extended government-funded hotels for Hurricane Maria evacuees until Sept. 13.
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Mortgage Points Explained: How To Know If They're Worth It
It might seem like a scam, but not if the math works out in your favor.
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