Nowhere to Go


by MEGAN MYSCOFSKIHome prices in Tucson have gone up 26% just in the last year, and rents have followed. That’s turned up the heat not just for low and middle income renters and buyers, but the government and nonprofit employees that work to keep them housed.NPR 89.1
Rental and downpayment assistance only go so far in tight housing market
March 28, 2022
Fewer Tucsonans are able to take advantage of city and county programs as cash buyers outbid them and the cost of housing increases.
Tucson mother and daughter reflect on time spent working in housing
March 30, 2022
They each made the transition from discouraged loan officer to government worker at pivotal times for the housing market.
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