'House jackers' in demand as reconstructed structures are built higher post-Sandy
Living with friends or family, with no leases and no permanent address, Sandy's displaced are hard to find and harder to help.
The housing market takes another big hit, while many NJ homeowners struggle to deal with a raft of new mortgage problems.
There's $164 million at stake -- money that could be used to help balance this year's budget rather than build affordable housing
Many indicators are strong, but foreclosures and a Sandy-wracked Jersey Shore need to be considered
Christie administration wants $164 million in affordable-housing funds to help balance state budget.
Housing advocates address funding gap in post-hurricane aid for displaced tenants.
Money to go to balancing the general state budget rather than building houses for low- and middle-income residents.
Disbanded council meets for first time in two years as Christie again seeks to divert money to balance state budget.
Although only a fraction of what will ultimately be needed, first federal funds a welcome down payment on reconstruction, renovation.
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