Oby, a worker-owned coop, gives homeowners a constant stream of income, while making sure the small house stays affordable for nearly a century.
Newly empowered Democrats in Albany have hopes of approving a cadre of bills aimed at tightening rent regulations.
A 200-square-foot studio apartment in in the University Heights section of San Diego, originally listed for $1,100, is sparking outrage online.
Fresno may be a bargain compared to L.A. or San Francisco. But many renters are struggling with rising costs.
THE CITY analyzed 18 million applications for apartments and confirmed low-income applicants’ deeply felt sense that the system is stacked against them.
Plant Prefab’s Nest LivingHome toolkit includes multiple options for designs that can be built on unused lots throughout a city.
Why do so many California politicians count themselves as adherents of YIMBY, a pure form of neoliberal sophistry?
Glorieta Gardens’ owners received millions of dollars in tax-exempt bonds and tax credits to renovate the 328-unit complex. But tenants say the rehab work was slapdash and wonder where all ...