In several western states, state-owned trust lands were created to support schools and other community benefits.
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HomeVestors of America, the self-proclaimed “largest homebuyer in the U.S.,” trains its nearly 1,150 franchisees to zero in on homeowners’ desperation.
The state underfunded affordable housing for decades, but voters recently approved $300 million in new annual spending—and more could be coming.
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New York City became the first in the nation to give low-income tenants free legal representation. Now, several other counties and cities have either passed similar legislation or have drafted bills in the pipeline.
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“Sin taxes” usually fund health and education programs. Will Colorado add housing to that list? And should they?
Smart growth and affordable housing advocates can work together.