Should You Buy Or Rent A Vacation Home?Should you buy a property and build equity with the potential for rental income? Or should you rent a getaway with no fixed costs, maintenance or hassle?
$3.2M In Grants To Help People In Michigan Find, Keep HomesThe U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than $3.2 million in grants to help people in Michigan find housing, make better informed choices about housing and keep their homes.
Report: Americans Would Rather Renovate Than Buy A New HomeAcross the country, people are largely happy with their current homes, and would rather stay in them and make updates than move.
Report: Middle Class Income Is Finally Back To Where It Was In 2000No wonder the middle class is feeling squeezed. Its income is only returning to where it was in 2000.
Grant Boosts Medical Efforts In Michigan's Undeserved AreasA federal grant is boosting the work of a Michigan program aimed at putting more health care professionals in underserved communities.
The Top 20 Neighborhoods for Millennials in Metro DetroitAll across metro Detroit's trendy and up-and-coming neighborhoods, millennials are taking root.
How Much Money You Need to Earn for a Modest Apartment in Wayne Countyhe typical household in Wayne County must earn $18.08 an hour to afford a modest, two-bedroom apartment at fair market rate, according to a new report by affordable housing advocates.
How Much Money You Need to Earn for a Modest Apartment in Oakland CountyIn the report, "Out of Reach," released by the National Low Income Housing Coalition, Michigan is said to have the 28th highest "housing wage" in the country.
Chicago Mayor Looks to Tiny Homes to Solve HomelessnessTo solve Chicago's affordable housing crisis, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is calling on developers to think small.
Federal Tax Credits To Support Affordable Housing In DetroitFour developments in Detroit will receive more than $4 million in tax credits for affordable housing.
As US Housing Market Recovers, Low Incomes Keep Detroit Far BehindDespite efforts by the mayor's office, lenders and community groups, home values remain depressingly low.