This Texas military town has nearly closed the black and white homeownership gap

Detroit makes housing affordable with tiny homes

Detroit makes housing affordable with tiny homes

David Michael Jones can’t resist describing the house he bought a year ago in a suburb of Killeen, Texas — it’s 2,800 square feet, set up on a hill, with a formal dining room and an enormous master bedroom that includes a bathroom big enough to do cartwheels in.

“To me, I’m on top of the world,” says Jones, 68, a reverend and father of nine. “It’s my world, but I’m on top of it.”