‘We’re all afraid’: Massive rent increases hit mobile homes

Park rents are doubling or tripling, as high demand, low inventory and a rise in corporate owners take a toll on one of the nation’s biggest sources of affordable housing.

The Washington Post • June 6, 2022

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‘It’s a blessing’: Affordable housing to replace nuisance motel in North Philadelphia

On Wednesday, June 8, nonprofit North10 Philadelphia broke ground on Be A Gem Crossing, an approximately $20 million affordable housing project that will stand where the nuisance motel once stood. The four-story property will feature 41 apartments and a ground-floor community health clinic.

WHYY • June 7, 2022

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Affordable housing: A pandemic timeline

The affordable housing sector’s woes were further exposed and amplified by the pandemic, which caused a fast-paced deterioration within the industry. While households benefiting from secure employment had a safe place to stay in during the health crisis, low-income residents have struggled—and continue—to cover their housing costs within the changing economic landscape.

Multi-Housing News • June 7. 2022

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City Council mandates developers help solve Denver’s housing crisis — even if some don’t want to

“Housing is such a huge component, such a costly component for our employees to live here,” said Superintendent of Buncombe County Schools Tony Baldwin. The teacher housing is “a wonderful resource for us to have, especially bringing that quality young professional into our school systems.”

Denverite • June 7, 2022

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