Georgia low-income housing and historic rehabilitation tax credits are critical for the financial and social wellbeing of residents across the state, a series of witnesses testified at a legislative hearing Wednesday in Columbus.
New designs from the city of Atlanta give a first look at the city's rapid housing development to address the growing unhoused population.
The City of Atlanta and the owners of Forest Cove apartments are battling in court over the fate of the now-vacant subsidized housing complex. GPB's Peter Biello speaks with the property owner's attorney.
A Georgia state agency has received more than 177,000 applications for housing subsidies after opening applications for the first time since 2021. But the Georgia Department of Community Affairs says it will place only 13,000 of those on a waiting list once it determines which applications are eligible and complete.
A Los Angeles program aggressively scouts vacant units and lobbies landlords in one of the country's tightest real estate markets. Some landlords offer up units even before putting them on the market.
Residents at St. Phillips Cathedral Towers in Atlanta are protesting a potential new management company, citing dangerous conditions at other properties. Now they've issued a list of demands.
Medicaid provides health care for tens of millions of low-income Americans. Now, for the first time, it's being used for housing and rent for people who are homeless or in danger of becoming so.
The Atlanta City Council approved legislation Monday to allocate $11.6 million of the city’s affordable housing trust fund for eviction diversion efforts and to create affordable housing units.
L.A. is housing more people than ever, but an even greater number keep falling into homelessness. This first-of-its-kind prevention program calculates who seems most at risk for landing on the street.
The In Her Hands program launched in 2022, giving more than 200 women in Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward neighborhood monthly payments. Now participants are reflecting on the impact the money has had on their lives halfway through the two-year program.
Georgia’s population is growing, and that growing population needs housing. A new study by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation says some counties and municipalities some might need to change their zoning to allow for greater housing density.
Public housing officials are seeking federal approval to rebuild Yamacraw Village.
Climate change, technological leaps, panicked insurers, the shifting sense of responsibility: All are powering the still-nascent, but fast-growing industry of preparing homes for wildfires.
Four states are strengthening rules that require home sellers and landlords to disclose information about whether a home has flooded in the past, or is likely to flood in the future.
The housing market is showing a split: Sales of existing homes were down last month, but sales of newly built houses were up.