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  • Divide between homeowners and renters is growing

    Divide between homeowners and renters is growing
    For homeowners in Southern California, the housing recovery has been pretty kind. For renters, not so much. New figures highlight the growing gap between owners and renters in the Southland: Many homeowners are capitalizing on low interest rates to push...
  • Developer brings Portland, Ore., sensibility to Chicago

    Developer brings Portland, Ore., sensibility to Chicago
    Traveling around Chicago, like in other housing markets where it's pursuing projects, Gerding Edlen executives get asked a lot about its hometown of Portland, Ore., and whether the city's portrayal in the satirical TV comedy "Portlandia" is accurate....
  • Valley has housing shortage at top, bottom of income scale

    Valley has housing shortage at top, bottom of income scale
    After living for three years with her son and daughter in a third-floor, two-bedroom walk-up in Allentown's West End, Brooke Strachan was more than ready this summer to buy her own home. For six months, she had pored over listings on the real estate...
  • Downtown Orlando gains residents but loses shops

    Downtown Orlando gains residents but loses shops
    Life for about 1,500 renters who have moved into new downtown Orlando apartments in recent years can mean strolling to work, nightclubs and SunRail. But they may need their car keys if they want to buy clothing, toiletries or fresh flowers. At a time...
  • Affordable-housing complex underway in downtown Orlando

    Affordable-housing complex underway in downtown Orlando
    Atlantic Housing Partners has started work on the first affordable-housing development in downtown Orlando since the recession. Located at Hughey Avenue and West Concord Street, immediately west of Interstate 4, Lexington Court will have 104 units in...
  • L.A. to warn Airbnb hosts to start paying hotel-type taxes

    L.A. to warn Airbnb hosts to start paying hotel-type taxes
    If you’re renting out rooms through Airbnb.com or similar websites in Los Angeles, you could soon get an online warning urging you to collect and pay city taxes aimed at hotels. City officials were told Monday to start sending such warnings to...
  • No dad left behind at Harford Family House

    Jim Donaldson is 38 years old, the separated single father to 8-year-old Jacob and “5-going-on-35”-year-old Lily. Until recently, he had a good job with a large oil company. But when his son got croup that developed into pneumonia three...
  • Boynton agency chooses developer for Ocean Breeze East

    Boynton agency chooses developer for Ocean Breeze East
    Change is on the way for the desolate downtown area known as the Heart of Boynton. On Monday, in a special meeting, the Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency approved a developer for Ocean Breeze East — a key development city officials...
  • Renters feel trapped amid higher costs, stiff competition

    Renters feel trapped amid higher costs, stiff competition
    Rent takes a bigger chunk of your paycheck in South Florida than almost anywhere in the nation, and the burden is getting heavier. Renters here, on average, spend 44 percent of their incomes for a place to live, far more than the national average of...
  • Orlando among least affordable rental markets, report finds

    Orlando among least affordable rental markets, report finds
    Orlando, long considered a relatively affordable market for homebuyers, now stands as one of the country's least affordable markets for renters, a new report shows. Apartment renters in the area spent an average of 34.3 percent of their income paying...
  • Off Broadway Review: 'Between Riverside and Crazy'

    Stephen Adly Guirgis is such a quintessentially New York playwright, it's incredible how popular his plays are outside the city limits. You have to wonder what those out-of-towners will make of "Between Riverside and Crazy," the scribe's latest love/...