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Indianapolis Star

'Homeownership was a mirage': How home buyers say their ...
Indianapolis Star
Home ownership seemed out of reach to Ashley Glenn. That is, until a friend told her about an Indianapolis company run by Christians who help people that ...

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Curbed

US housing market bouncing back, but not for all, says Harvard report
Curbed
Surveying the state of the U.S. housing market in 2017, it's hard to not come away with the impression that there are two markets. One, mostly coastal and urban, is seeing skyrocketing prices, tight inventory, and high demand. The other, also urban but ...
Higher prices squeezing renters, would-be homeowners, study findsCBS News
For Renters, the Housing Crisis Never EndedCityLab
Harvard Report Raises Housing Supply, Affordability IssuesMortgage News Daily
Building Design + Construction (press release) (registration) -Central Valley Business Times -Joint Center for Housing Studies - Harvard University
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Residential construction was strong, but not enough, in 2016 ...
Building Design + Construction (press release) (registration)
Residential construction enjoyed its seventh consecutive year of growth in 2016. But it still fell far short of annual averages during the 1980s and 1990s.

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Slate Magazine

The rent crisis does not need a national solution.
Slate Magazine
In some places we need cheaper housing. In others we need higher incomes.

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Indianapolis Business Journal

St. Clair Place neighborhood aims to mix it up
Indianapolis Business Journal
Founded in 2003, NEAR partners with organizations to spur revitalization in 20 east-side neighborhoods. St. Clair Place, with a 40 percent residential vacancy rate a decade ago, was identified in 2007 by the Great Indy Neighborhoods initiative as an ...


Elevated Demand for Apts. Expected to Remain Due to Household Formation and Lack of Affordable Housing Options
CoStar Group
Separate studies issued this week share the same conclusion that demand for rental apartments and other housing options will stay at elevated levels largely due to continued robust household formation and limited affordable housing options, especially ...


Report: Housing's Back, But Affordability is a Big Concern | DWM ...
DWM Magazine
The U.S. housing market has largely returned to normal ten years after the housing crash, but shortages of homes for sale and rent are pushing costs higher for.

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Soapbox Cincinnati

Pride of ownership, diverse housing stock keys to welcoming Covington influx
Soapbox Cincinnati
“The success of our mission depends largely on people wanting to live here,” says Jill Morenz of the Catalytic Fund, whose Beyond the Curb urban living tour continued April 30 and featured more than a dozen eclectic Covington residences. “The tour ...


Valley News

Higher Prices Squeeze Both Renters and Would-Be Homeowners
Valley News
A diminished supply of available homes is swelling prices in large U.S. metro areas from New York to Miami to Los Angeles, squeezing out would-be buyers and ...
Higher prices squeezing renters, would-be homeownersTahoe Daily Tribune

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Urban Land

US Affordability Issues Increase as Household Growth Rebounds in Harvard Report
Urban Land
The State of the Nation's Housing 2017 report, published by the Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) of Harvard University, makes a solid case that the U.S. housing market is firmly on the road to recovery. Construction ... And despite the recent ...

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