Court expresses frustration and anger over agency’s failure to comply with order to update regulations for affordable housing
Missed deadline for new COAH quotas sets stage for legal showdown as fair-housing and environmental advocates cry foul
Housing experts say affordable housing council no closer to fixing Mt. Laurel problems
Did government agency threaten to move against towns that use eminent domain to help residents avoid foreclosure?
Newark, Irvington eye California community’s use of eminent-domain taking to give residents better terms on renegotiated loans.
In 1975, Mount Laurel was the first ruling in the country to prohibit communities from enacting 'exclusionary zoning' practices.
Boom in approvals of new multifamily units propels climb back to construction levels prior to recession.
Senate and gubernatorial hopefuls blame GOP, big banks for squeezing homeowners.
Rebuilding stronger and higher is the watchword along the Jersey Shore, housejacking gets the job done.
'House jackers' in demand as reconstructed structures are built higher post-Sandy