Tag: foreclosure

Rescuing black homeownership to build wealth and stabilize communities

Rescuing black homeownership to build wealth and stabilize communities
There’s a big word that’s floating around Chicago these days that excites some and scares others.  It all depends on which side of the fence you’re on.  People who are against it says it’s detrimental to certain communities, particularly for residents of color.  People who are for it say it’s “not the great evil” it’s... Read more »

Like everything else there are many sides to squatting

Working title: Do squatters help or hurt challenged neighborhoods?, Pt. 3 My friends laid out for me the reasons why they believed squatters have the right idea after my question in the previous post: They talked of the critical shortage of affordable housing in Chicago (in livable condition). They talked of the overabundance of properties... Read more »

Give that squatter a prize!

Give that squatter a prize!
Working title: Do squatters help or hurt challenged neighborhoods?, Pt. 2 So, like I was saying in my last post, I thought I would just tell my hangout buddies about another friend who decided to become a squatter, we would laugh about it, then we would go on to talk about something else.  What actually... Read more »
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