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A startup wants to turn your garage into a tiny home and give you $500 a month to help quell a crushing housing shortage. Here’s what the homes ...
Homeowners working with United Dwelling would be able to choose who lives in the home, and rent for tenants would be $1,300 to $2,100 a month.
A Silicon Valley startup is delivering accessory dwelling units (ADUs) that can be installed in just a day.
Police were armed with riot gear, a battering ram, and a robot to evict 2 homeless moms and 2 activists from an empty house they were occupying to pro...
Moms 4 Housing took over the empty home to call attention to real estate companies buying homes and leaving them empty amid a homelessness crisis.
Pop-up shelters that can be assembled in 20 minutes without tools could help address California’s mounting homelessness crisis
Sacramento's mayor is pushing to have 150 of the tiny shelters built before winter, following a demonstration outside city hall.
A startup called MainStreet gives Bay Area employees a stipend to work remotely from one of its own offices in a different location.
A Navy weapons station full of WWII-era ammunition bunkers could be transformed into 13,000 new homes in the Bay Area
In Concord, California, dozens of empty bunkers once housed World War II munitions. The site could become a new housing community.
Apple is spending more than Facebook and Google put together.
An Austin startup can 3D-print tiny homes in 24 hours for a fraction of the cost of traditional homebuilding — here’s how Icon could revol...
The Austin startup can build 3D-printed homes on-location, instead of at an off-site factory, for cheaper than traditional home building.
The US-China trade war is affecting $10 billion worth of goods used in the homebuilding industry — and the US just saw the biggest decline in su...
A Redfin study revealed that in the US, the supply of new homes saw the biggest annual decline in six years.
San Francisco renters are dishing out $1,200 a month for bunk beds in co-living buildings to avoid the city’s high rents — here’s wh...
San Francisco has the highest median rent for a one-bedroom in the country. Some renters in the city are paying $1,200 — for a bunk bed.