FBN’s Jeff Flock on the state of the housing market in Chicago.
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Key results could come Tuesday in NYC mayoral primary
Garcia, 51, is a city government veteran who ran as a non-ideological crisis manager. Besides heading the Sanitation ... and to serve as interim chair of the city’s embattled public housing system.
What Oakland Wrought: From Gertrude Stein to the Black Panthers and Beyond
Occupy Oakland began on October 10, 2011. It lasted until November 21, 2011. “Occupy Everything Liberate Oakland,” posters read. Protesters occupied Frank H. Ogawa Plaza in front of Oakland City Hall ...
A Mental Health Crisis Is Not a Crime
Faced with a pervasive national problem like police violence, we instinctively look for national solutions. Yet a year after George Floyd’s murder sparked one of the largest protest movements in ...
House: Confederate Statues Are a Bust
The U.S. House voted 285-120 yesterday to remove statues of Confederate leaders from the Capitol, with 67 Republicans joining Democrats.
We can solve the homeless crisis. Here’s how.
Dr. Michele Nealon, president of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, says the only way we can solve the nation's homeless crisis is through a highly concentrated and coordinated effort ...
FHFA Chief Turnover Could Help Expand Affordable Housing
The Biden administration’s campaign promises to expand affordable housing took a significant step forward when President Joe Biden last week replaced Mark Calabria, the Federal Housing Finance Agency ...
Moratorium Slowed But Didn't Halt Evictions; End Could Bring A Wave In North Carolina
People behind on their rent because of the coronavirus pandemic got another reprieve last week: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention extended its moratorium on evictions for one more month.
Sacramento mayor proposes mandatory housing for homeless amid statewide crisis
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg has proposed a "right to housing" as the California homeless crisis continues to grow more severe.
In Chicago, Flooding Overwhelmingly Strikes Communities of Color
Chicago’s leaders have poured billions into ambitious programs to keep water away from roads and buildings. But urban flooding continues—overwhelmingly in communities of color—forcing experts to turn ...
Morningstar Risk Ecosystem Launches Across 7 Million Portfolios to Help Advisors Put Investors' Best Interests at the Core of Investment Advice
Morningstar Portfolio Risk Score and Risk Comfort Range, new components of the Morningstar Risk Ecosystem, debut as part of creating an investor-centric risk measurement approach for financial ...
Illinois evictions resume amid housing shortage
Evictions have resumed in Illinois, and while some tenants are still protected others are now getting notices.
GUEST COMMENT: Go big, bold and green with affordable housing
And, now let’s think really big and bold. What if the mega-square-foot Louisville Gardens was converted? It perhaps could house hundreds of units.