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Black homeownership’s Catch-22
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Black homeownership’s Catch-22

Randal Wyatt was renting a mouse-infested apartment in a Portland, Oregon, neighborhood known for its high crime rate. When he wasn’t working as a student advocate or raising his twin sons, he attended a...

Black homeownership’s Catch-22
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The social housing movement picks up steam

When Shaya Schreiber started searching for a home in Madison, Wisconsin, her options were limited. Student loans made the single mother of two ineligible for certain affordable housing and a market-rate home was beyond...

The social housing movement picks up steam
Inside the quest to change single-family zoning
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Inside the quest to change single-family zoning

The white colonial at 2 Orchard Road is sorely in need of an update. Its orange and yellow floral...

Inside the quest to change single-family zoning
Ray McGuire photographed by Axel Dupeux.
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The Closing: Ray McGuire

For this month’s The Closing, The Real Deal sat down with banker-turned-mayoral candidate Ray McGuire. Like many candidates in the Democratic primary, he lacks name recognition and experience in politics. Instead, McGuire, 63, was...

The Closing: Ray McGuire
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