A new report shows that Hoosier rent increases are outpacing wage gains, with the Bloomington/Monroe County area the highest in the state.
The Bloomington Housing Authority increased its monthly voucher payments to make it easier for renters to compete in the local housing market.
Only 39 affordable and available rental homes are available for every 100 extremely low income Hoosier renter households, according to a new report.
In Part 1 of a series on housing, Limestone Post and WFHB cover the housing stability crisis in Monroe County, Indiana.
A report in Governing magazine explores connections between land use & public policies to decrease homelessness.
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