Examine the continuing wag-gap woes and the deepening divide of wealth.
Delve into solutions on housing plans in West Dallas, UNT, and access to more affordable housing.
City leaders in Ft. Worth get Racial Sensitivity Training.
Explore recent plans for affordable housing in neighboring Texas cities Austin and Houston.
Lawsuites filed against HUD after Ben Carson changes begin implementation.
At first glance, Dallas-Fort Worth seems like a land of opportunity and prosperity, with a booming housing market and new people, new companies and new jobs flowing in to buoy the economy. But the rising tide is not lifting all boats.
The West Dallas businessman who sold more than 100 rental homes to his low-income tenants says he'll return any equity in the houses to any dissatisfied buyers after two former tenants sued his mortgage company.
As more and more people move to North Texas, access to affordable housing gets tougher and tougher.
It’s a puzzle, really, about who can be trusted to help the poor. Can a profit-seeker in the private sector ever do anything altruistic, or is altruism the exclusive province of elected officials and nonprofit do-gooders? It’s a hard question that tends to shove people violently to one side or the other.
First, before we get into a lot of who-shot-John and you-know-what about it, let’s just discuss what’s so great about this idea. A major landowner in West Dallas wants to launch a dedicated private-sector initiative to develop affordable housing for Dallas police and firefighters.
Over the last four years, UNT's on-campus housing costs have increased 27 percent in some instances, leaving many students scrambling to figure out their living situation.
Will you still be working when the gender pay gap finally closes? Although Lone Star women have made progress, they still fall way short when it comes to earning the same pay as men for comparable jobs.
Fort Worth’s mayor and other city leaders talked candidly about racism and economic inequality Tuesday as part of diversity training that all city employees are required to attend.
Fort Worth’s housing authority has come up with a solution to the affordable housing crisis – building its own apartment complexes for low-income residents.
A resolution approved unanimously on Thursday by the City Council Housing and Planning Committee asks city staff to develop a program to connect low-income tenants to available income-restricted units.
On Cleburne near Highway 288, construction on two corners will bring half-million dollar condos and low-rent apartments with a health clinic and fitness center.
As Democratic voters leave high-priced, deep-blue cities for houses with garages, the question is if the new arrivals will change the suburbs or if the suburbs will change them.
Do America's for-profit, market-rate leading players need to concern themselves with a growing housing attainability crisis? You bet!
A new set of design standards from the New York City Public Design Commission (PDC)—in collaboration with The Fine Arts Federation of New York and the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter—hopes to turn over a new leaf in affordable housing architecture.
Civil rights groups announced this week that they are taking the next steps in a lawsuit against the Department of Housing and Urban Development that claims it unlawfully suspended an Obama-era rule intended to promote racial integration and combat discriminatory housing practices.
A liberal advocacy group that has received more than $16 million in federal grants from the Department of Housing and Urban Development is now suing the agency after HUD Secretary Ben Carson last month scaled back a regulation it supports.