When it comes to renting or buying a home, owners and occupants can arm themselves with information on their rights.
Good Samaritan Ministries, with the help of Hope College students, took part in a landlord count in order to identify available and affordable units in areas of the county.
The rezoning of 8 acres east of City Hall from medium- to high-density residential use will permit a housing project being planned by Gracious Grounds, a local non-profit, faith-based organization dedicated to providing housing for its clients with disabilities.
The Spring Lake Township Planning Commission recently got its first glimpse at The Villas at Spring Lake Country Club, a proposed 87-unit condominium development on land currently owned by the club.
A housing project in Ferrysburg for people with disabilities is about to clear another hurdle, but actual construction and occupancy could still be several years away.
Spring Lake Twp. supervisor concerned
Local programs aimed at helping homeless residents will be getting a boost in funding.
Grand Haven City Council on Monday night unanimously approved a resolution creating the formation of a an ad-hoc committee to study the issue of housing affordability within the city.
Grand Haven City Council has taken the first step toward taking a harder look at the issue of affordable housing within the community.
Ottawa County leaders are working to address lack of available affordable housing units across the county.
HOLLAND — At 22, Sydney Smith didn’t think she would already be a homeowner.
Love in Action’s Providence Place opening to be celebrated with ribbon cutting, tours on Tuesday, Aug. 15.
CROCKERY TWP. — Jacob Poel said he was ready and excited for the next phase of his life as he watched his family’s new home being moved down Apple Avenue.
In order to afford a modest, two-bedroom apartment at “fair market rent” in Michigan, renters need to earn $16.24 per hour. This is Michigan’s 2017 housing wage, revealed in a national report released this week.
HOLLAND — Ottawa County has been touting its low unemployment rate for months now, but with more people working — including those who move to the area for job opportunities — comes the inevitable need for affordable housing.