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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.
A multimillionaire’s wife is suing after the city of Vancouver charged her $249,000 for not living in her $27 million mansion
She bought a sprawling mansion on Vancouver's "Billionaire's Row" in 2015. It's been left empty amid a severe housing crisis, prompting vacancy taxes.
Berlin is freezing rents for the next 5 years, and it’s a major step in the city’s efforts to prevent an increasingly serious housing cris...
Germany is dealing with a shortage of affordable housing. The government hopes to build 1.5 million affordable units by 2021.
Hong Kong locals desperate for housing are considering putting in offers on haunted houses, and it’s a sign of how unaffordable property in the ...
Earlier this year, Hong Kong was named the most unaffordable city in the world for the ninth year in a row.
Hong Kong is about to spend $80 billion on an artificial island to solve its housing crisis — but critics say it may come at the expense of the ...
Hong Kong this week approved plans to build one of the world's largest artificial islands in an attempt to improve its escalating housing crisis.
A minimum-wage worker needs 1.5 jobs just to afford half the rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in most of the US
To afford a two-bedroom apartment in the US, a minimum-wage worker would need to work about 122 hours a week.
In cities like Seattle and San Francisco, the arrival of tech giants has been linked with skyrocketing house prices.
A startup turning old hotels and offices into housing for San Francisco’s forgotten middle-class is expanding to LA
Starcity, a startup that buys old hotels and commercial buildings and turns them into shared living spaces for San Francisco's middle class, is opening its first residential building in Los Angeles. The new community will offer 31 units of housing in Venice Beach.