Personal stories, as well as legislative priorities, demonstrate to New Jersey’s congressional delegation that a place to call home is key to reducing homelessness
Call comes amid a stalemate between the governor and leading legislators over the future of state economic-development efforts
At start of proceedings, measure would give municipalities option to buy homes that are deed-restricted for low- and moderate-income purchasers
Housing advocates cheer controversial bill as builders decry proposed new requirements for high-density developments and question constitutionality
Ending discrimination is goal of measure voted out in Senate, but critics say it forces landlords to accept renters into their own houses — even ...
Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver promises big year for Department of Community Affairs after a decade of ‘atrophy’
Governor and bipartisan group of lawmakers hope to knock New Jersey out of top spot for foreclosures, now double the national rate
Cap on federal grants eliminated; additional 19 months of federally funded rental assistance
According to state officials, there are 20,000 active foreclosure cases currently making their way through the courts
Legislation would help owners struggling to make their mortgage payments, as well as get foreclosed properties back in circulation sooner, adding to housing stock and ...