The former director of Louisville’s Housing and Family Services Department and her mother have been arraigned on theft charges.
Kimberly Bunton resigned after it was revealed that her mother, Vicki Smallwood, received about two thousand dollars in low-income housing assistance.
An affordable-housing development in Louisville’s Shelby Park and Smoketown neighborhoods is being renovated with help from private donors and the federal stimulus package.
The Louisville Metro Housing Authority is preparing to resubmit an application for federal funds to demolish the Sheppard Square housing complex in the Smoketown neighborhood.
By Rick Howlett Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator Tony Lindauer says housing values in Louisville were basically flat in 2009 in a market that previously saw homes appreciate by an average of three percent annually. Lindauer released his annual State of the Real Estate report at a press conference in Portland, one of many west […]
With unemployment hovering around 12%, homeowners with all types of mortgages, from subprime to standard, are defaulting.
The Louisville Metro Housing Authority could choose a new manager for the Park DuValle and Liberty Green public housing developments in the next few weeks.
The vice president of the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors says the local housing market is in the midst of a recovery.
The National Urban League will bring its economic empowerment tour to Louisville next month.
A new report from the Louisville Metropolitan Housing Coalition says more than 85 hundred Jefferson County Public Schools students were homeless at some point last school year.
David Howard will be the full time director of the Metro Housing Authority. He’s replacing Kimberly Bunton who resigned last year. Shortly after her departure a State Auditor’s report found what it called gross mismanagement of the authority under Bunton.