Housing

Listening In: Dee Dee Sedgwick on the home repair ministry that’s fixing roofs and lives

Dee Dee Sedgwick used to take student groups to Memphis, Tennessee to repair the homes of the poor. Then she found out what was happening in San Antonio.

Builders say affordable developments get housing waiver ‘scraps’

Looking to to build affordable housing beyond the downtown area? Obtaining incentives from the city of San Antonio may prove difficult.

Neighborhoods are the focus of new city department

The new department plans to form a connection with residents and their communities to address concerns when changes to their neighborhoods are discussed.

How Airbnb could hurt affordable housing—and how it could help

Creating short-term rental fees to be collected would be used towards funding future affordable housing in San Antonio.

This week, tell San Antonio how to spend neighborhood dollars

City taxpayers allowed to explore options on how four federal grants are expended.

“We need something to boost us up”

Longtime East side resident recollects the change she’s seen in the surrounding area throughout her 55 years living there.