Housing and Urban Development Regional Administrator Lynne Patton toured a public housing development Wednesday with the Atlantic City Housing Authority Executive Director Tom Hannon.
Housing advocates acknowledge America's made great progress in fair housing, but say so much more needs to be done.
The Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee held a hearing to receive feedback on how to make the state's complex and cumbersome foreclosure process easier for residents to navigate.
New Jersey is the sixth most expensive state in the United States for renters. Because of those costs, many people are turning to becoming homeowners, but home prices are also on the rise.
The Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee held a contentious public hearing to spur the conversation about New Jersey's affordable housing issue.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka says the city needs a lot of lawyers to handle the thousands of eviction cases each year, and one law firm is planning to help.
A nonprofit unveiled its newest affordable housing units in Morristown to keep up with rising demand.
Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver testified at a Senate Budget and Appropriations hearing for the Department of Community Affairs, calling for improvements in affordable housing and praising Atlantic City's ...
The "Color of Law" forum explained the impact of race on urban neighborhoods and suburbs.
NJ Senior Council led a special program to discuss the two biggest issues facing seniors in the state: housing and transportation.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author explains eviction is the second leading cause to homelessness.
While many towns fight affordable housing obligations, others are getting creative.
Opposing views on number of units to be built – and where – complicates the path forward for municipalities.
Trump's proposed budget gets put to the test. Calculating the cost to New Jersey of cuts to programs for the working poor. Closing the wage gap for women. Lawmakers try to bar employers from asking ...
The ordinance will require any developer who gets a tax abatement to make 15 percent of its units affordable.