Richmond Passes Ordinances that Regulate Short-Term Rentals and Allow Accessory Dwelling Units by Right
On September 25, the Richmond City Council passed two ordinances related to housing. The first allows homeowners to build one accessory dwelling unit (ADU), often referred to as a “mother-in-law suite”,
Earlier this month, state lawmakers came to an agreement on a state budget for fiscal year 2024, which started in July, 2023. Governor Youngkin signed
Virginia is among the first recipients of a specialized federal climate resistance loan fund intended to support low-income and underserved communities at risk of natural disasters and
As part of their Housing Supply Action Plan, the Biden-Harris Administration has taken several steps to reduce barriers to building housing, expand financing for affordable
Richmond Times Dispatch, May 28, 2023, by Isabel McLain Ongoing debt ceiling negotiations in Washington currently include proposals to cut domestic spending that would result
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