Housing

The Charlotte City Council has approved an extra $20 million to fund affordable housing projects in the area.

Recent data shows that Charlotte's rent prices decreased in August.

Here are some of Charlotte's most expensive neighborhoods.

About 440 UNC Charlotte students are still in need of university-provided housing ahead of the fall semester.

Ben Carson is  the secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development and one of his missions has been to prevent low-income people from getting fair housing. Not very Christ-like of him, is it? The former neurosurgeon announced in August that he was delaying an Obama-era rule that allowed low-income people to afford housing in areas with […]

It’s never easy to adjust to change — especially when that change affects your freedom of choice. The upcoming smoking ban at public housing units across the country has outraged residents everywhere. In Cleveland, residents who live in CMHA units believe the ban is completely unfair. It calls for no smoking in any public housing unit or […]

The National Urban League released the 40th edition of the “State of Black America,” a semiannual publication that has become one of the most highly anticipated benchmarks and sources for thought leadership around racial equality in America across economics, employment, education, health, housing, criminal justice, and civic participation. The report includes insights from politicians, NGOS, […]

"I remember people talking about how somehow this was going to solve all our racial problems. I wasn’t one of those who subscribed to that notion," the president said.

Gentrification is real and communities of color aren't the only ones who've noticed the drastic change in their neighborhoods.

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 […]

The Knob Hill Property Owners Association of Augusta, Georgia has blocked a paralyzed, African-American veteran from receiving a new home that would have been specialized for his health needs. Homes For Our Troops has built over 100 homes for severely disabled vets like Sgt. 1st Class Sean Gittens, which would otherwise be unaffordable for these […]