Housing

via News5: Downtown Cleveland is the fastest growing city neighborhood and shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon, according to a report released Wednesday afternoon by Urban Partners. The report states developers could build and expect to fill 6,800 more residences in downtown Cleveland by 2030 and still not over saturate the housing market in […]

As Blacks gain more wealth, they generally move to richer, Whiter neighborhoods, but a new report has debunked that idea.

Made popular by reality shows and the belief in doing more with less, Cleveland’s first foray into permanent tiny homes is nearing completion. Two homes are in the final stages of construction, and will be unveiled on June 22 in a ribbon cutting ceremony. The two homes sit on a single lot at the corner of […]

The City Mission, area churches and the Cuyahoga County Land Bank are teaming up to help single mothers eventually become homeowners. It’s called The New Horizons Permanent Housing Program. “The church owns the home, The City Mission is the provider of the family and provide support service and the land bank has the inventory of […]

  Record enrollment at Kent State University this year means the school has more students than available dorm rooms. Kent State had so many students applying, it had to close enrollment for freshman in June. Even so, it has about 76 kids living in temporary housing. Still, those students won’t be staying permanantly. CLICK HERE to read story article courtesy of […]

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and Cuyahoga County Executive Ed Fitzgerald joined Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. and HOUSINGfirst to celebrate the official opening of Greenbridge Commons, a 70-unit housing development for people who were chronically homeless. Through the Home at Last program, residents living at Greenbridge are provided with a safe, stable environment that allows them […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Cleveland State breaking ground on a new residential development. The $50M neighborhood will bring 600 new residents to the CSU campus.   Campus Village will be the single largest residential development in Cleveland in more than three decades, and will be located at East 23rd and Chester Avenue. Campus Village will […]

For decades American government’s efforts to house the poor have relied on the construction of subsidized housing plots more commonly known as “Projects.” The term, originally used to describe the improvement projects city planners believed these developments would amount to, has instead become synonymous with inner-city blight and crime. Today, urban legend, news reports and […]

Foreclosure rescue fraud is sweeping the country and can end up costing you the home and equity you’re desperately trying to save from foreclosure. If someone who is not your mortgage lender promises to save your home and asks for you to pay money up front, you need to be very cautious.  Here are 5 […]

Foreclosure rescue fraud is sweeping the country and can end up costing you the home and equity you’re desperately trying to save from foreclosure. If someone who is not your mortgage lender promises to save your home and asks for you to pay money up front, you need to be very cautious.  Here are 5 […]

NEW ORLEANS — The city of New Orleans is meeting its subsidized housing demand with a new plan. Instead of crowding families in large subsidized plots, the city is building and mixing subsidized homes among its unsubsidized residences. The city, which tore down all of its public housing developments in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, […]

NEW ORLEANS — The city of New Orleans is meeting its subsidized housing demand with a new plan. Instead of crowding families in large subsidized plots, the city is building and mixing subsidized homes among its unsubsidized residences. The city, which tore down all of its public housing developments in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, […]