Homelessness Surging in Many US Cities Amid End of Pandemic Relief Measures
Some of the biggest increases are in West Coast cities such as Sacramento and Portland, Oregon. Numbers are also up about 30% in South Dakota and Prince George’s County, Maryland, and 15% in Asheville, North Carolina.
As Housing Crunch Intensifies Across the Country, Data Gives a Peek at Airbnb Impact
The housing crisis continues to spiral and inflation reached a 40-year high this summer. Experts say short-term rentals aren’t helping.
Military Families' Housing Benefits Lag as Rents Explode
Housing has long been a major benefit for service members, a subsidy to salaries that trail the private sector. But, amid record-breaking spikes in rent, service members and housing activists say the Department of Defense has neglected its commitment to help military families find affordable homes.
LA May Seek Strategies to Stop Large Companies From Worsening Housing Crisis
The Los Angeles City Council will consider a motion on Friday to prevent large tech companies and private equity firms from purchasing affordable, predominantly single-family housing as investments.
Newsom Signs Dozens of Affordable Housing Bills Into Law
California Gov. Gavin Newsom was in the East Bay on Tuesday to sign a stack of bills aimed at tackling the state’s housing crisis.
‘It's a Tradeoff': New Housing Bills Meant to Solve Housing Crisis Will Allow for Increased Density in Single-Family Lots
Twenty years ago Gary street near Moctezuma Road road in the College Area was a neighborhood filled with families, at least that’s how Ryan White remembers it when he moved in. “There was a lot of families in the neighborhood, some elderly [people],” said White. “Now that the elderly have passed or move moved away it became more rentals.”...