The move will provide relief to tenants who have struggled to pay their rent during the coronavirus pandemic.
"The beating heart of many queer communities is the pursuit of a safe home ― one you don’t have to be closeted in, can’t be kicked out of, or disowned in."
Residents earning up to 80% of their area’s median income would benefit from the plan that's reportedly being finalized in the state Legislature.
At the coronavirus pandemic's peak, CareTrust turned to a contractor with an alarming safety record to keep its profits flowing.
Survivors of intimate partner and sexual violence experience housing insecurity at disproportionate rates and as a direct result of the violence they’ve endured. The pandemic has made it unimaginably worse.
Shaun Donovan and Ray McGuire drastically underestimated the cost of housing in Brooklyn during interviews with The New York Times editorial board.
The moratorium on foreclosures of federally guaranteed mortgages had been set to expire on March 31.
The new president wasted no time in ensuring that millions of Americans were not forced out on the streets during the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Dakota has twice as many COVID-19 cases per capita as New Jersey. It’s time to finally put this pandemic myth to rest.
The pandemic has only magnified systemic sexism and racism in housing, possibly leaving millions of women and their families homeless come January.