State, Rutgers both claim they can't find the files used as the basis for latest rules regarding affordable-housing obligations
Advocates argue regulations do not meet Supreme Court requirements, differ from rules adopted by council earlier in year
Fair Share seeks details of how new quotas were determined, gets heavily redacted document
While foreclosure rates fall in other parts of country, New Jersey on track for another 50,000 filings this year
Some members of Council on Affordable Housing said they received more than 200 pages of new regulations just a day before panel met to vote ...
Helping patients find a permanent place to live called crucial part of effective medical care
Lenders accused of threatening thinly-veiled version of minority neighborhood ‘red-lining’
City will take properties with ‘underwater’ and high-interest mortgages, then offer better financing deals to help bail out homeowners
Rather than standing empty, yesterday's archetypes of suburban sprawl are being reinvented as vibrant places to work, play, and live
Appellate panel had ordered fair-share housing agency to hold its first meeting in 10 months
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