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SAN JUAN, TEXAS—Homes made of scavenged wood line the streets of some subdivisions here, where very poor “homeowners” can be thrown out on almost any pretext.
AUSTIN, TEXAS—Contractors for Foundation Communities are getting out their caulking guns— the nonprofit plans to make 1,800 of the affordable apartments it owns and manages more energy efficient.
Former Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Don Hill and several others were found guilty this week in a high-profile corruption case involving developers building low-income housing tax credit properties.
Ann Lott has resigned as president and CEO of the Dallas Housing Authority. Lott had held the top post since September 2000.
Roofing nails puncture gas lines in Texas; hot countertops rattle kitchen and bath industry; dustup over drywall
The defining moment of Jennifer Daughtrey Hicks' career in affordable housing happened one summer when she lived on the corner of Haight and Ashbury streets in San Francisco.
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