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Rural Finalists

METROPOLIS, ILL. Massac County Mental Health had trouble finding homes for its clients, so it took a leap and found a way to help build the needed housing. More

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Special-Needs Finalists

BALTIMORE After beginning as a home for a wealthy family, the Margaret Jenkins House served as an orphanage and a school for African-  More

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An Army of Homeless

Paul Livingston was just 18 and fresh out of high school in 1979. He and his older... More

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Boston Fights Foreclosures

Boston —In February 2008, Mayor Thomas M. Menino, surrounded by city officials and photographers, visited a street of empty houses. More

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HUD Issues Proposal for Making Home Affordable Program

The Obama administration has released details on a new plan to help homeowners under its Making Home Affordable program. More

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Fannie, Freddie Caught in Bonus Uproar

The outrage over bonuses paid by companies bailed out by the government has spilled over to the government-sponsored enterprises. 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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AHF Announces Fifth Annual Readers’ Choice Finalists

Bowling Green Scholar House in Bowling Green, Ky.; developed by Housing Assistance and Development Services and Wabuck Development Co. More

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Innovation Comes Home to Roost

PASADENA, CALIF.—It could have been the size of the home—three times as large as... More

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Emeritus House Shines in Central

CLEVELAND—Emeritus House has always been more than just a collection of housing... More

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Nominate Now: AHF Seeks Industry Leaders for 2024 Awards

The deadline for Hall of Fame and Young Leader nominations is May 31. More

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