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More stories about Demographics

  • In the News

    EPA lead rules published; Arizona loses workers; California BA pushes green standards; more

  • In the News

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  • Immigration Transformation

    Park Hill Apartments in San Antonio, Texas, is not your typical rental community. To begin with, threequarters of the tenants here are from India.

  • Sidebar: Policy Unlikely to Keep ImmigrantsOut

    The national debate on immigration policy is unlikely to do much to change the total number of immigrants who enter the country, according to experts at the National Multi Housing Council (NMHC).

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  • Know Your Market

    AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE talked to Rob Vogt, partner at VWB Research, a national real estate research firm based in Columbus, Ohio.

  • Fixing It Up

    Phil Angelides may be heading the most ambitious workforce housing effort to date.

  • Regional News

    CHICAGO. A 28-unit building providing housing for lowincome and homeless women and their children has opened in the city’s Washington Park neighborhood.

  • In the News

    Homeland Security reconsiders "no match" rule; Harvard Joint Center's Kermit Baker forecasts betters days for remodeling; more

  • Nation’s Housing Woes Continue toWorsen

    With all the hand wringing about what’s been dubbed the “subprime lending crisis,” Congress has spent many days debating ways to help overextended borrowers and impose new regulations on home loan providers.