Fact Sheet: Under the Leadership of Secretary Marcia L. Fudge, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has Delivered for Black People February 2024 HUD has Removed some Systemic Barriers to Homeownership and Supported Approximately a Quarter of a Million Black Homeowners Buy a Home with FHA Mortgages in the Last 3 Years. Since […]

Opendoor’s regular survey of 4,000 homeowners shows an increase in intentions to sell. Nathan Howard—Bloomberg/Getty Images The last few years have seen a wave of ups and downs for homebuyers and sellers–from homeowners who rode to the height of the sellers’ market during the pandemic to buyers who contended with the most historic market shift […]

US Department of Housing and Urban Development Black History Month  KHQ Right Now Source link

After years of mostly steady decline, the Black homeownership rate in the US saw its largest jump on record in the early days of the pandemic. Now, soaring borrowing costs and home prices threaten to erode those gains. Black Americans — who for decades in the mid-20th century were shut out of swaths . . […]

Angle down icon An icon in the shape of an angle pointing down. Sales, inventory, and construction are picking up in the US housing market after months of being battered by sky-high mortgage rates. Martin Barraud/Getty Images Multiple headwinds kept buyers and sellers on the sidelines of the housing market this year.  But that could […]

A pending sale sign in Little Rock, Ark., in 2011. A new Redfin analysis finds the share of affordable homes for sale in 2023 was the lowest in at least a decade. Danny Johnston/AP file photo hide caption toggle caption Danny Johnston/AP file photo A pending sale sign in Little Rock, Ark., in 2011. A […]

By Richard Eisenberg New development ideas offer empty-nest homebuyers affordability, accessibility and the ability to live where they wish This article is reprinted by permission from NextAvenue.org. Long-term care costs, social isolation, dementia and financial insecurity are all notable problems facing many older Americans. But perhaps their biggest challenge of . . .

PHOENIX — Michael Genaldi’s road to homelessness began early this year when a car slammed into the rear of his motorcycle, crushed three of his ribs, and left him in a coma for over a month. The 58-year-old lost his job as a machine operator, then his home, and he was living in his truck […]

In 2023, similar to previous years, 2,317 “random digitl dial” phone and web surveys were completed by adults randomly selected from across the state, in Spanish or English, with an intentional oversample of Black and Latinx residents. For the third year in a row, to ensure that Rhode Islanders who do not speak English at home […]

More Than One In Ten DC Residents Are Housing Insecure  DCist Source link

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