Lafayette, Louisiana-based broker Terrica Smith shares how surviving Hurricane Katrina led her to her calling — providing affordable housing
by Marian McPherson | Feb 24
In his State of the State address Wednesday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom made a call for the state to address its homelessness crisis and put it to the forefront of political agendas
by Lillian Dickerson | Feb 20
Zillow partnered with the Seattle government as well as local nonprofit Housing Connector and its network to enable a more streamlined process for searching for affordable housing
by Lillian Dickerson | Feb 14
Low-income renters are being unjustly evicted as landlords fail to correctly implement HUD's smoke-free policy, according to a Washington Post report
by Marian McPherson | Feb 12
Baker, whose company produces software to streamline real estate transactions, thinks trends like iBuying will get bigger even as supply shortages continue to plague cities
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 20
The bill, which would cover the entire state, doesn't prohibit the construction of single-family homes, but would allow for more middle-housing such as cottages and duplexes
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 27
Two private sector-led efforts aimed at helping the homeless in Texas show promise
by Bernice Ross | Nov 25
In cities across the country, housing advocates, civil rights groups and defenders of the homeless are chipping away at housing laws, one state at a time. Why now?
by Marian McPherson | Nov 18
A new study by Security.org analyzed data from the Department of Housing and Urban Development's "Point in Time" count, which calculates homelessness figures
by Teke Wiggin | Oct 25
Nonprofit Community Solutions' Build for Zero program is helping communities end chronic and veteran homelessness through real-time data
by Marian McPherson | Oct 16
Residents in Mission Dolores placed boulders on sidewalk to keep homeless people away while sparking further conversation over untenable cost of living in the city
by Marian McPherson | Oct 1
A new White House report on homelessness says that overregulation and other factors have led to hundreds of thousands of people living on the street
by Jim Dalrymple II | Sep 17
Opinion
There are multiple barriers to housing the homeless. Let's work on getting rid of some of them
by Teresa Boardman | Jul 5
The new rules took effect this week, limiting all Los Angeles short-term rentals to a host's primary residence and capping the number of days most properties can be rented out
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jul 1
The online retailer will also contribute $8M to nonprofits in Washington and Virginia. The pledge comes as a handful of tech companies promise to spend big on housing
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 20