Stories tagged: "affordability"


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Opinion: Proposed Credit Card Changes Will Harm the Latino Community

The proposal would make cost consumers an estimated $40 to $50 billion per year and could kick up to seven million Latinos out of the credit system.

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Clifton, Globe, and Quartzsite: Arizona Cities Where Big Homes Are Available Under $300K

Cities outside the Phoenix area—like Clifton, Globe, and Quartzsite—offer some homes with over 2,000 square feet for under $300,000.

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Last ‘Zombie Subdivision’ in Casa Grande to Be Developed

The subdivision was launched in the runup to the Great Recession and then left unfinished when the housing market collapsed.

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A Poor Measure of Need: Researchers Urge Update to Decades-Old Federal Poverty Line

A family of four isn't considered to be living in poverty unless they make less than $26,500, due to an equation that hasn't been updated since the 1960s.

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Over $400 Million Still Available in Eviction Prevention Funds as Moratorium Ends

Government agencies in Arizona have only distributed 17% of federal funds made available for emergency rental assistance.

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Middle-Class Arizonans Are Being Pushed Out of the Housing Market

A low supply of affordable homes in the Phoenix area is creating an extremely competitive housing market.

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Where to Find the Hundreds of Heat Relief Stations Hidden Throughout the Valley

Local organizations have created a number of free resources available for cooling off and staying hydrated.