That’s up from 5 percent in 2006. Individual investors are probably trying to become real-estate moguls.
Corinne Lewis is back on a waiting list because of federal budget cuts imposed by Congress.
People say they want to live in the suburbs. So why aren’t developers building there?
Will there be enough buyers when aging Baby Boomers want to sell their big houses?
If you want to know what might be done, this is the document to study.
Feeney Manor is the first public housing facility in the country offering memory care and enhanced assisted living, according to Katie Stadther, program manager.
The tax policy encourages urban sprawl and gives breaks to those who need them least.
Linda Mack, who writes about architecture and historic preservation, says Brighton has contributed in an important way to the revitalization on both sides of the river.
Sienna Green Phase II offers 50 affordable, two and three-bedroom apartments for families.
The housing market has picked up big-time. One lure for buyers: teeny-tiny mortgage rates.