How to Save Money on Housing with Government Programs
According to government officials, the lack of affordable housing has reached a crisis stage. The statistics bear this out. A McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) report says a third of all urban dwellers could face “housing insecurity” by 2025. That’s 1.6 billion people worldwide who could struggle to find decent housing.
With numbers like these, many governments are beefing up current housing programs and funding new ones.
In this section, we discuss some of these programs. You’ll find articles about home sharing, housing lotteries, free and low-cost homes, “age in place” programs for seniors, HUD housing, Section 8 housing and much more.
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These housing lottery facts spotlight little-known secrets about this growing trend in housing. Millions have affordable new homes. Will you be next? Read More
Discover the affordable housing alternative that lets seniors age in place and avoid expensive nursing homes. Read More
With low prices and modern amenities, renovated “zombies” are becoming a favorite among bargain house hunters. Read More
The number of zombie foreclosures reached an all-time high during the Great Recession. Could they make a comeback if the latest housing bubble pops? Read More
Winning an affordable housing lottery is a daunting task. But these tips give you a leg up over the competition. Read More
You might be surprised how you could turn a housing lottery into a bargain-priced home. Read More
For some, rent control in Oregon seems like a good idea. But is it really? Will renters benefit and if so, for how long? Read More
Beer budget but champagne tastes? Not to worry — new tax laws mean some lucky folks can now afford to rent luxury homes! Read More