WENATCHEE — The demand for affordable housing in the Wenatchee Valley is greater than the supply.
WENATCHEE — On Mondays and Fridays, it’s coffee. They gather in the common room and pour it from a pair of white coffee pots in the corner.
It was December and every two hours Heather got up to turn the propane heater on. She had to warm the tent so the kids could sleep. She’d been repeating the process every night for weeks.
SEATTLE — It’s fall, and that means home sales are slowing down — except where Seattle-area buyers can get more house for less money.
YAKIMA — Real estate companies, landlords and the Yakima Police Department are doing their part to cut down on crime through the city’s crime-free rental housing program, a city spokesman said.
REDMOND — Microsoft, King County and the King County Housing Authority will invest $245 million to provide affordable rents for more than 3,000 low- and middle-income residents through the purchase of five apartment complexes.
LEAVENWORTH — The City Council on Tuesday voted to participate in a state revenue-sharing program to support affordable housing efforts.
YAKIMA — Mayor Kathy Coffey says Yakima is facing a homeless crisis and something must be done.
SEATTLE — Seattle lost the title of the nation’s hottest housing market in August 2018 — but looking at home prices, which have stayed sky-high, that might be hard for shoppers to believe.
SPOKANE — The Spokane County real estate market was bustling with activity in August, but not enough to drive up home sales, as persistently high demand and low inventory continued to be the norm.
SEATTLE — The Vancouver, B.C.-based developer Burrard Group said Wednesday it will partner with the nonprofit Low Income Housing Institute to build 41 tiny homes — one for each story of its soon-to-be-completed luxury condominium tower, Nexus, in South Lake Union.
SPOKANE — Demand isn't the problem, it's the supply.
WENATCHEE — The Chelan County Commission is considering setting aside homeless funds for low-income housing.
WENATCHEE — Members of the Chelan-Douglas Homelessness Steering Committee disagreed Wednesday over which agency gets the final decision over the committee’s budget.
The state Attorney General has sued the city of Sunnyside over what it says are civil rights violations related to the city’s crime-free rental housing program.
SEATTLE — For months, Seattle-area home prices have been teetering between growth and decline.
SPOKANE — Shop local, build affordable housing.
SEATTLE — Seattle rents are on the rise again, after a brief respite. And that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, because that’s what rents do around here — they go up, and they go up fast.
WENATCHEE — This year’s point-in-time count found 412 homeless individuals in Chelan and Douglas counties, down 15 percent from last year.
WENATCHEE — Daniel R. Valadez possesses a bright and engaging personality and is easy to talk with.
WENATCHEE — Weidner Apartment Homes’ first foray into the Wenatchee market was a big one — the 314-unit Riverside 9 complex is one of the largest residential structures in town.
WENATCHEE — Soon the Apple Capital of the World will have just 35 acres of orchard left.
WENATCHEE — A developer planning to build 52 townhouses in No. 2 Canyon will need to revise the public benefit and unit density sections of his application before the project can move forward to the hearing examiner.
Editor’s note: This article discusses suicide and depression. If you are in crisis, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline (800) 273-8255 or the Chelan-Douglas Crisis Hotline (509) 662-7105.
EAST WENATCHEE — At 8 a.m. Thursday PowerHouse Ministry Center opened its doors for the homeless. The temperature hovered around 8 degrees.
NCW — A lack of affordable housing leads to homelessness.
WENATCHEE — Tommy Adkisson used to sleep behind a laundry building, huddled up by a hot air vent to keep warm. A couple weeks ago he got a ticket for trespassing there. Now he sleeps in a concrete stairwell across the street.
WENATCHEE — Building high-end custom homes is keeping Bollinger Construction hopping these days.
WENATCHEE — Local officials are hoping to use the nationwide point-in-time homeless count on Jan. 24 as an opportunity to address the immediate needs of unsheltered people in Chelan and Douglas counties.