EZ'er Said than Done By Winton Pitcoff
Can a government program bring economic development and resident empowerment?
Learning the Ropes By Katy Jacob
Financial literacy is an often overlooked piece of economic independence for low-income people. Some community-based institutions are partnering with banks to fill that gap.
Rekindling Hope By Karen Moody Hoskins
It takes more than a down payment to buy a home. From getting a clean credit record to handling emergency plumbing repairs, homeownership counseling prepares first-time homebuyers to succeed.
George Knight Interview by Winton Pitcoff
As George Knight prepares to leave Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation, he shares his insights on the keys to success in housing and community development.
Homeowners, and Tenants Too By Philip Rosenbloom
By owning their houses, but renting their land, mobile home park residents face the challenges of homeowners and tenants at once, and often fall through the cracks of protections for either.