The Off the Streets low-barrier homeless shelter is looking for a new home.
Tapestry Apartments will provide 26 affordable housing units on 1st Avenue South in Billings, Montana.
A Utah developer who is part of the team that bought the Missoulian building is apologizing for offensive messages he sent to locals over Instagram this week.
High demand on housing is compounding recruitment and retention efforts at the same time facilities need more workers than ever before to handle surges in COVID-19 patients.
“Every one of us knows someone who has left Whitefish. It’s a crisis.”
The hot residential property market in Billings has been drawing the attention of home buyers and investors since this spring, and one of thos…
Developers who responded to a survey in July said they'd seen the average cost of their projects go up nearly 17%.
The 200 apartments all will have more than one bedroom and will be available to people making between 30% and 60% of the area median income.
Access to affordable, quality housing is associated with a variety of positive economic and social outcomes. But historically, affordable housing has been out of reach for many.
Senate Bill 269, sponsored by Sen. Brian Hoven, R-Great Falls, cleared the House with bipartisan support earlier this week.
A ceremony was held Friday morning at St. John's United to celebrate the completion of the new Chapel Court affordable housing facility on the…
The bill passed a second reading along mostly party lines, 65-35.
Homeownership is becoming less and less attainable due to rising home prices. But while the cost of homeownership is high, renters often face an even heavier financial burden.
Since the first major outbreak in March 2020, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have continued to unfold. One emerging trend is a drop in rent prices in select major metropolitan areas.
In many cities, construction workers—the people building the new supply of homes—are being priced out of the housing market.
Some cities have experienced much larger increases in rent, but income has not kept pace. The current economic downturn caused by the pandemic has made it even more difficult for many people to afford their rent payments each month.
Investment in single-family homes has been on the decline for several decades. However, migration shifts and urban density concerns brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic could reverse this trend in the future.
The mass transition to remote work during COVID-19 is reinforcing a trend that has been gaining momentum in recent years—namely, many people fleeing expensive cities in favor of more affordable locations.
While the pandemic has resulted in financial hardship for many Americans, housing affordability has been a persistent issue in several parts of the country due to the rise in rental costs outpacing wage growth.
In 2018, the residents of C&C began the process of buying the park from its owner and incorporating themselves into a cooperative nonprofit. The sale was finalized a year ago, and in that time, C&C Community has come together, making improvements and bonding.
ATLANTIC CITY — New regulations for short-term rental properties were adopted by City Council, and officials believe they will create a revenue stream and allow for greater local control.