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England’s housing crisis has gotten so bad that children are living in shipping containers, doing homework on the toilet, and eating on floors. ...
The Children's Commissioner's Office found families living in cramped shipping containers, bed and breakfasts, and converted office buildings.
In the 1940s, you could rent a Brooklyn apartment for $20 a month. Today, the median rent has skyrocketed to $3,000.
Even the more affordable Brooklyn neighborhoods, like Flatlands and Gerritsen Beach, have typical rents that are over $1,500 a month.
NYC inspectors only discovered an apartment was split into 9 illegal micro-units because a tenant happened to open the door when they arrived
The apartment building on Manhattan's Lower East Side, which is made up of 27 individually-owned condos, has faced 32 complaints since 2001.
Lower mortgage rates are enticing new buyers to purchase existing homes, according the National Association of Realtors chief economist.
Forget NYC and San Francisco — these are the 10 cities across the US that the most millennials are moving to
SmartAsset recently tracked which cities the most millennials were settling in, and some of the top places may be unexpected.
Amazon sells a $37,000 tiny home that expands with the click of a remote — here’s what it looks like inside
You can buy a small house that expands with the click of a remote control for about $37,000 on Amazon.
The national average price for a one-bedroom apartment was $1,216 as of June 2019. That's a 1.5% increase year to date.
The cost of buying a starter home is on the rise, and many millennials are choosing to rent instead.
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.
Faced with financial challenges, it's no wonder millennials are buying different types of homes and in different types of locations than their parents