The Portland City Council gave the public 2 days to comment on plans to change zoning in residential neighborhoods. Residents still showed up hours early to testify
by Patrick Kearns | Jan 16
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
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 year after issuing a preliminary approval, the Minneapolis City Council approved the Minneapolis 2040 plan in a 12-1 vote on Friday
by Marian McPherson | Oct 25
Minneapolis and Oregon have led the way, but cities and states across the US are increasingly looking at allowing multifamily units in response to supply shortages
by Jim Dalrymple II | Sep 3
Plus: Oregon nixed single-family zoning. What does that mean for agents?
by Byron Lazine | Aug 16
The council will explore ways to create more housing by getting rid of regulations such as zoning and density limits
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 26
Homeowners are clinging to low mortgage rates and increasingly aging in place, which means fewer people are selling and moving, and fewer homes are hitting the market
by Teke Wiggin | Jun 21
Plus the new turn in the 'bombshell' lawsuit and thoughts on single-family zoning
by Byron Lazine | Jun 21
The Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development said more cities should emulate Minneapolis and its unprecedented rezoning experiment
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 19
As housing costs price more people out of the market, some regions want to allow more multifamily development
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 18