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2017-12-27 - Meredith J. Cooper
Western communities look to mix of 'detached bedrooms,' Tiny Homes and innovative community approaches to address homelessness, lack of affordability.
2017-12-27 - SquareOneNews
Emerald Village Eugene (EVE) is the latest community developed by SquareOne Villages, a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the development of tiny home villages for people in need of housing.
2017-12-27 - Richard Burns
The number of U.S. renter households is rising steadily, and more than a quarter of those live on less than $15,000/year. The current Tax Bill means 300,000 fewer affordable units built using the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit over the next 10 years.
Homeless neighbors deserve a warm welcome
2017-12-27 - Don Kahle
Eugene, Oregon is home to many innovative housing and service programs, from organized 'safe spots' with secure personal shelters to the new Emerald Village Eugene. This editorial urges tolerance and a welcoming attitude for those priced out of traditional housing markets.
2017-11-29 - Ray Pearl
The “private activity bonds” eliminated in the GOP proposal underpin incredibly successful public-private partnerships that make it possible for single mothers, seniors on limited incomes and veterans to have safe, affordable homes.
2017-11-29 - Sarah Anne Lloyd
Seattle mayor signs order to 'Get low-income households assistance with rent and utilities more quickly.'
2017-11-29 - National Low-Income Housing Coalition
How Much do you Need to Earn to Afford a Modest Apartment in Your State?
2017-09-28
With housing prices and rents outpacing wages, low- to moderate-income households are competing for a shrinking supply of rentals in the Magic Valley and elsewhere.
2017-09-28
Like any other market, price reflects supply and demand; in the case of housing, many regions in Idaho are seeing increasing demand for housing prices within reach of the average working family and those on limited incomes.
2017-09-28
The shortage of housing and assistance that meet the diverse needs and incomes of community residents has ripple effects throughout our communities and economy.
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