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Avanath Acquires Properties in Florida, North Carolina
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Avanath Acquires Properties in Florida, North Carolina

The deal adds more than 500 units to the firm's portfolio. More

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Health-Care Workers Struggle to Afford Housing

Despite a surge in demand for health-care workers, many in the field cannot afford housing, according to the Paycheck to Paycheck report. More

Developer Focuses on Adaptive Reuse to Revitalize Its Home Region
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Developer Focuses on Adaptive Reuse to Revitalize Its Home Region

Holly Wiedemann, president of Lexington, Ky.–based AU Associates, shares how her... More

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LIHTC-financed Micro-unit Building Under Way in Chicago LIHTC-financed Micro-unit Building Under Way in Chicago

While much of the discussion about micro units has centered on young professionals, developers and architects behind a new micro-unit community in Chicago’s West Loop are instead targeting low-income renters. More

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Housing Moves Further Out of Reach

Renting a modest two-bedroom apartment inches further beyond the grasp of everyday workers across the country. More

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Labor Pains: Worker Squeeze Frustrates Developers

As the rise of the single-family market puts pressure on the costs to build, laborers are finding themselves in a pinch. More

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America’s Workers Priced Out of Housing

Many of the workers who are instrumental in building the nation’s homes are priced out of owning their own, reveals the new Paycheck to Paycheck: Wages and the Cost of Housing in America report. More

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Businesses Feel the Housing Pinch

A lack of affordable housing is making it difficult for companies to hire and retain entry- and mid-level workers. More

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Seeds of Change

Alfredo Valdovinos and his wife, Irma, work hard harvesting lemons in Santa Paula, Calif. Until recently, the couple and their four children lived in a two-room converted garage that didn’t have a kitchen. Even for a place that small, the rent was costly for the two farmworkers. More

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Construction Still a Pain in the Wallet

As the single-family housing market began to tank last year, many developers expected construction costs for apartments to drop. More

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