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Using a Redevelopment Area to Attract Private Investment
Local government assistance for a real estate development project—without making a grant
Investors benefit from financial planners and coaches: Can the poor do the same?
Who is an owner “of record” to be served with complaints and orders under NC minimum housing codes?
Protect Community Wealth by Increasing Financial Literacy of Adults
Targeting Troubled Neighborhoods for Housing Code Inspections
Youth Financial Education as an Asset-Building Tactic
Financial Literacy: A Necessary Ingredient for Building the Financial Assets of Low-Income Households
Savings Programs for Low-Income Households: Overcoming Challenges in Rural Areas
Build Financial Assets for Low-income Households by Sponsoring IDA Programs
Asset-Based Development: An Approach to Poverty in the U.S.
Ensuring Local Policy Complies with New Residential Inspections Law
Minimum Housing: A Way Around Residential Inspection Limits?
Is Interstate Competition Required for Economic Development Incentives?
A Primer on Inclusionary Zoning
No Legislative Surprises in Community and Economic Development as General Assembly Adjourns
More foreclosed and vacant homes ahead. How can local governments respond?
Venture Capital for Community Economic Development
Repairing unfit houses—and then recouping the costs
Foreclosures, abandoned homes, and minimum housing codes
Taxation of Affordable Housing in Community Land Trusts
How do local governments create green jobs? Here’s one idea.
Kelo Revisited: Eminent Domain for Economic Development in North Carolina
Valid cash incentive or illegal tax rebate?
Mission investing by community foundations
Public Hearings for Cash Incentives: An Unwritten Rule?