Judges have overseen agreements that could lead to construction of tens of thousands of homes. Their ‘micromanaging’ of process is a problem for GOP leader
While significant sum still allowed to be diverted, $15 million has been put aside specifically for constructing homes
Can ‘tiny homes’ establish a firm enough foundation in the Garden State, giving the homeless and the poor a way to put a roof over ...
Hundreds of thousands of residents don’t earn enough to cover the rent on an average two-bedroom, without struggling to pay other bills and meet routine ...
The governor wants to use almost $78 million dedicated to building homes for low- and middle-income residents to plug holes in the general fund
Ruling sets statewide housing quota for new affordable units at close to 155,000, according to Mercer County Superior Court Assignment Judge Mary Jacobson
Increased transparency at the Department of Community Affairs makes it possible to track property taxes for New Jersey municipalities - and see where and by ...
Investigation finds people continue to be denied loans based on factors such as race, despite legislation supposed to ban the practice
Report lays out six priorities to increase housing stock and end foreclosures, does not call for COAH to be resurrected
No other state saw a bigger decline in homelessness than New Jersey