Mayor de Blasio announced some major plans for New York in his State of the City address Tuesday, all of which revolve around making the city a more affordable place to live.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says the state of New York is strong, but the high cost of living has the city facing a profound challenge.
President Obama was in Arizona Thursday pushing policies he says have turned around the housing slump, with home sales and construction up, and foreclosures at their lowest level since 2006.
Home building's a big part of Arizona's economy, so the state was hit especially hard by the housing downturn.
Although the Bronx is considered New York City’s most affordable borough, it has the lowest median income in New York City.
This week on Fordham Conversations we’ll take a look the University Neighborhood Housing Program (UNHP). It’s an organization dedicated to keeping housing affordable in the Northwest Bronx and New York City.