A judge issued a temporary restraining order for a rule that would shift the burden of paying the fees from tenants to landlords
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 10
Collectively owned housing is growing in popularity in Los Angeles and beyond as prices for more conventional homes remain out of reach for many buyers
by Jim Dalrymple II | Dec 31
New laws in California and Oregon show that rental regulations are gaining traction as a solution to rising housing costs. But economists aren't all convinced the rules will work as intended
by Jim Dalrymple II | Dec 3
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
As legislators consider extending city’s rent-control laws for another decade, housing advocates ask for more
by Marian McPherson | Oct 25
The law exempts most apartments built within the past 15 years, and, thanks to lobbying by the California Association of Realtors, it doesn't apply to most single-family homes
by Teke Wiggin | Oct 9
PwC’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate details a nationwide crisis in affordable housing and its causes
by Lew Sichelman | Oct 8
Proposal would link rent hikes in some areas to overall rate of inflation and make it more difficult to evict tenants
by David Myers | Sep 26
Bill that limits annual rent increases to 5% plus cost of living could receive final approval as early as Wednesday
by Teke Wiggin | Sep 11
The average rent was up 3.2% year-over-year in June. Last month also saw the biggest average rent increase in more than a year
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jul 19
Recent years have been a boon for landlords, and a recession doesn't appear imminent, but the multifamily housing market does face some challenges
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jul 3
The reforms include the elimination of loopholes used by landlords to hike rental rates on stabilized units
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 12
Housing economists weigh-in on what Oregon's 7% cap on increases, the first of its kind in the US, could mean for renters
by Patrick Kearns | Feb 28
After quickly finding former homes on Airbnb, displaced tenants sue
by Kimberley Sirk | Jan 15