More than 2,000 Detroit households fell behind on their bills in a water affordability program.
Opinion: Inside eviction defense in Detroit
A deeper look at this week’s eviction of Taura Brown from the Tiny Homes.
New program can help Detroiters get $25K in down payment aid. What to know
The initiative — funded by $6 million in federal pandemic relief aid — that would provide residents with up to $25,000 in down payment assistance toward a home in Detroit.
Housing relief program change can help Detroiters facing foreclosure
Taxpayers in Wayne County facing the threat of foreclosure have until April 20 to get help staying in their home if they apply to this program.
Fake landlords, incomplete records complicate land bank buyback program
Detroit City Council members call for a pause of land bank property sales to investigate whether occupants have had the chance to buy the homes first.
American Black Journal – The state of Black real estate development in Detroit
American Black Journal and BridgeDetroit team up to examine the current state of Black real estate development in Detroit with excerpts from a virtual town hall titled, “Building Black Development.”
Proposal N oversight board hasn’t met in public. That’s about to change
Detroit’s top lawyer says the advisory board isn’t subject to open meetings laws, but will hold future meetings publicly “in the interest of community engagement and transparency.”
State opens voucher waiting list for 61 counties. What to know.
The waitlist will be open for about two weeks. The federal housing choice voucher program is meant to help low income families afford housing.
Vouchers help low-income families find housing – but using them isn’t easy
Housing agencies in Michigan have thousands of people on waiting lists for a federal program meant to help low income families.
Property tax delinquency is declining in Detroit. Here’s why
New research shows property tax exemption programs are having a major impact on tax delinquency in Detroit.