A donation from AT&T and its Believe Detroit initiative will help build a 3,500-square-foot facility that will provide space for housing counselors, financial empowerment workers, and other services.
The mother says she finally has a place to call home, and she's beyond grateful:
The city of Detroit is offering eight wealth-building programs to residents who were overtaxed on their home assessments from 2010-2013.
Mike Duggan will announce plans for 400 new affordable housing units and more than $122.9 million in housing tax credit investments.
Five new affordable housing projects in Detroit were announced on Monday. Construction will take place in Midtown, Corktown, North End, Forest Park, and New Center.
The city of Detroit is announcing a new initiative dedicating funds to affordable housing development.
Mayor Duggan was joined along with leaders from the Kresge Foundation, JPMorgan, and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation to announce more than $48 million in new investment to increase equity and affordable housing opportunities in Detroit.
TCF Bank is pledging $1 billion in loans to help minority- and women-owned businesses in Detroit and other cities, as part of its investment to uplift communities of color.
A federal eviction moratorium is set to expire Friday, which puts many Americans at risk of facing eviction or losing their home.
The 36th District Court of Detroit has extended a moratorium on evictions in the city until Aug. 15, the same day the statewide ban was lifted.
An estimated 10,000 Detroit residents could be facing homelessness as the state's moratorium on evictions is lifted. This added stress from the pandemic comes with some relief, including $11 million made available from the city's budget.
Braxton, the association president, says the area between Seven and Eight mile roads from Southfield to Evergreen, has about 2,300 homes with 41 percent of them renters.
For those struggling with eviction during the pandemic, the city of Detroit is offering some assistance.
Michigan's moratorium on evictions ends at midnight Wednesday, leaving thousands uncertain about the status of their living situation.
Detroit plans to invest $31 million in housing relief for residents struggling with paying rent amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer re-opened real estate in Michigan this week but there's no question about it - buying and selling a home will be very different this spring and summer, and perhaps for the foreseeable future.
Gov. Whitmer has banned evicted tenants unable to keep up with rent during the COVID-19 crisis.
On Monday, Gretchen Whitmer signed the Pay as you Stay bill, which eliminates fees, penalties, and interest on back taxes for more than 30,000 residents of Wayne County.
A man who was forced to leave his home after several contaminants were discovered in his Allen Park home is suing the city for never inspecting the property. He plans to take the case to the state supreme court.
Tears of joy from Monique Irvin, she thought she wouldn't be able to afford repairs to her home and was at risk. But she got help.