Aniyah Ferguson, 4, is pushed by Aaliyah Whitley, 6, and Oriana Whitley, 7, foreground, in the yard at the Raleigh North Apartments in Raleigh. It’s one of the larger affordable housing communities remaining near downtown.
Aniyah Ferguson, 4, is pushed by Aaliyah Whitley, 6, and Oriana Whitley, 7, foreground, in the yard at the Raleigh North Apartments in Raleigh. It’s one of the larger affordable housing communities remaining near downtown. TRAVIS LONG tlong@newsobserver.com
Aniyah Ferguson, 4, is pushed by Aaliyah Whitley, 6, and Oriana Whitley, 7, foreground, in the yard at the Raleigh North Apartments in Raleigh. It’s one of the larger affordable housing communities remaining near downtown. TRAVIS LONG tlong@newsobserver.com

Rising home costs hurt Triangle buyers, renters

April 25, 2015 04:00 PM

UPDATED April 26, 2015 06:44 AM

More Videos

  • An inside look at Rick Siskey and one of Charlotte's biggest frauds

    For years, Charlotte businessman Rick Siskey built a a reputation as a savvy adviser to wealthy clients who lived a lavish lifestyle while also giving generously to charity. That all unraveled when he took his own life amid an FBI investigation that revealed he had long run a Ponzi scheme. Now investors are scrambling to get their money back.