The housing crisis in California has gotten so bad that people are renting four-foot “sleeping pods” for up to $900 per month.
Most middle class families in America can’t afford most of the houses on the market, forcing them to put a pin in their American Dream or give up on it altogether.
Americans’ views of the housing market have plunged as interest rates continue to rise because of government-fueled inflation.
Everyone (except for the media and Democrats) knows the economy is in a precarious situation at best, if you look at it.
New York City mayor Eric Adams called out the federal government, demanding financial support in dealing with a high demand of illegal immigrants who are overrunning homeless shelters.
The $515,000 paid to Vito Mustaciuolo, general manager and chief operating officer of NYCHA, was more than any other municipal employee.
Trump claims his policies for the mortgage entities should be honored because they had been thwarted improperly during his presidency.
The former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich just blasted the “dictator Pelosi” for having “no respect for the rule of law.”
The feds funded a study that found that when a landlord forced tenants to move, the renters were exposed to higher risk of contracting HIV.
She wants to turn rents and mortgages into exclusively government programs.
Democratic presidential candidates are hustling massive new programs to close the “racial homeownership gap.”
As long as New York and California promote open borders and sanctuary cities/states, why should the federal government invest anything there?