A new article from NBC News explores how consumer spending has changed since March with the COVID-19 onset. Of note is new data from realtor.com showing prospective homeowners are more inclined to leave cities and urban areas for rural ones.
The Affordable Housing Finance editorial advisory board recently weighed in on major factors that are likely to influence the industry in 2020. They cited five key indicators to watch in the coming year …
West Sacramento, Calif. — Charles Schwab Bank this week awarded $20,000 to Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC) to support its work with Nevada’s rural communities.
While much has been reported on the ever-increasing rents in urban areas around the United States, rural residents face the same pressures to pay for housing yet have fewer resources to draw on to overcome these challenges.
While many Californians think that their state could solve the affordable housing crisis by just ramping up construction, others blame a lack of rent control, not enough funding for affordable homes and too strict environmental controls.