Santa Cruz leaders say downtown high-rises would ease housing costs. Activists call the plan 'out of character' for the laid-back beach town and are fighting new construction.
Gentrification is easy to spot if you know where to look. If homes in your neighborhood follow these trends, gentrification might be on the way.
Is vertical development a possible solution to the housing crisis? A slim, two-story ADU on a tight infill lot in Venice makes the case.
Simon Storey of Anonymous Architects has become the go-to for seemingly impossible L.A. lots. Building his own home on a Silver Lake hillside took some unexpected turns.
This week’s properties are in Carnegie Hill, Lenox Hill and Cobble Hill.
This week’s properties are a five-bedroom in Weston, Conn., and a three-bedroom in Manhasset, N.Y.
Median home prices have dropped over a year, but potential buyers and sellers remain stuck in place.
A bill introduced in the House and Senate would prevent hedge funds from owning single-family houses in the United States.
The average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage fell to 2.88 percent last year, according to the government-sponsored mortgage-finance company Freddie Mac.
The Terrata Homes are designed with private offices, formal dining rooms and outdoor living spaces.
Texas Children’s Hospital plans to bring additional retail amenities and refresh the building's common areas.
A study by the Harris County Commissioners Court found that Black-owned firms make up less than 1 percent of government and procurement contracts awarded in Harris County, a disparity the Greater Houston Black Chamber calls “unconscionable.”