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Dartmouth OKs Funding for Specialised Housing

DARTMOUTH — Despite some objections to the high cost of building eight units of congregate housing off Anderson Way for elderly with mental health issues, the town will pitch in with $500,000 in Community Preservation Act community housing funds to… Continue Reading →

Housing Construction & Effect on Timber Prices

Announcer: Farm and family is a production of the Mississippi State University Extension Service. Amy Myers: Today we’re talking about housing construction and its effect on timber prices. Hello, I’m Amy Myers and welcome to Farm and Family. Today we’re… Continue Reading →

Real Estate: Fighting for Affordable Housing in Parc-Ex’s Plex Market

Brique par brique has raised over $300,000 in community bonds but plex units it hoped to get for $110,000 are now at $130,000. The humble plex has become a hot commodity in Montreal, but there’s a dark side to the… Continue Reading →

National Housing Report Reveals Some Good News For Buyers

Re/MAX’s national September housing report reveals some good news for buyers in certain areas. As the country’s largest franchise-owned real estate company, RE/MAX shared the numbers from its latest national housing report. Based on the stats from September 2018, it appears… Continue Reading →

New £3.6m. Strand Rd Housing Scheme Opens

The redevelopment of the scheme, formerly known as Rock Mills, includes the remodeling of the existing 86 apartments to 94 new modern self-contained units – the three largest of which will each accommodate families of four. The renovation, which started… Continue Reading →

Housing Targets Will not be Reduced Based on Lower Household Projections

A consultation that runs until 7 December proposes that for the short term, the 2014-based data will be used to assess local housing need. National planning guidance would make it clear that the lower numbers in the ONS’ 2016-based projections “do not… Continue Reading →

Housing Bubble a Myth, Buy These 4 Winners Instead

A series of dismal economic reports about America’s housing industry has been released recently. This has led to speculation that the economy is headed for yet another housing bubble. Having said that, the U.S. housing market is gaining strength, courtesy… Continue Reading →

Seeking a Solution to The Housing Problem

If you’re hearing a distant drumming sound lately, it’s coming from rational economists repeatedly beating their heads against the wall while listening to the ridiculous debate over Labor’s housing affordability policy. Labor has proposed restricting negative gearing to newly constructed… Continue Reading →

Changes to UNC Asheville Dorms Mean Firefighters No Longer Need to Live There

ASHEVILLE –The city fire crew that has been staying in a new student housing complex at the University of North Carolina Asheville since classes opened in August has left after changes were made to improve fire safety in the buildings…. Continue Reading →

6 Clemson University Students Remain Hospitalised After Floor Collapse During Party in South Carolina

A half-dozen Clemson students remained hospitalized as of Monday morning after they were injured at a weekend party where the floor collapsed at the clubhouse of an off-campus housing complex, a university spokesman. In all, 30 people were injured early Sunday morning… Continue Reading →

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