From "the homeless" to "people without homes," an AP Stylebook recommendation could transform how Americans view the crisis.
"If we fix the system for Black people, we’ll fix it for everyone."
Sidewalk Labs has abandoned its proposal to remake Toronto’s waterfront.
"We’ve been living in a crisis forever and now it’s time to bring the crisis to the landlords that caused it," says Joel Feingold.
The presidential candidate championed a universal right to shelter when the country needed it most.
Tenants are calling on state and federal leaders to cancel rent for the duration of the coronavirus crisis.
While the terms won’t apply to everyone, it’s a good start.
‘East Lake Meadows’ offers a complex, compassionate look at the former Atlanta projects.
Washing your hands and stocking up on food isn’t easy to do if you don’t have a permanent address.
It’s not your fault that you can’t afford a home—it’s government policy, ruthless banks, and discrimination.
Market forces, policy decisions, and demographic changes have converged, making it more difficult to increase affordable housing for renters and buyers in U.S. cities.
The affordable housing shortage has made housing policy center stage in the 2020 election.
Presidential candidates have proposed massive investments in the National Housing Trust Fund—but what is it?
While seniors do occupy a lot of housing, a closer analysis shows they aren’t causing the problem.
A new Harvard report finds that the market is appealing to well-heeled renters, with middle-income renters feeling the squeeze.
Cities and states across the country are proposing new upzoning laws to combat the housing crisis. Will they work?
A "pure timber" proposal from Sidewalk Labs could make building homes cheaper and more climate-friendly.
Plans to move the state’s homeless residents into centralized facilities gain steam.
Democrats on the left have proposed a huge expansion of public housing, but policy experts say it isn’t the answer.
Proposed change to the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule taps into debate around increasing affordable housing.
Robert Marbut’s polarizing methodology goes against the "housing first" approach that has worked in many U.S. cities.
New bills and this week’s Democratic debate address the affordable housing crisis.
The idea has gained momentum, but its effect on housing is hard to game out.
The Healthcare Anchor Network believes better housing is a great investment in health and community wellness.
Atlanta-based startup expands its platform to let anyone rent out a spare bedroom long-term.
AOC’s "A Place to Prosper Act," part of "A Just Society" proposal, seeks transparency, equity in housing.
Announced during a campaign stop in Las Vegas on Saturday, the proposal Includes national rent control, community land trust, and housing assistance as an entitlement.
Progressive political coalition wants to make green, affordable housing a right, and de-commodify housing market.
Bay Area housing startup Abodu tapped U.K. studio Koto to turn its minimalist prefab homes into city-approved ADUs.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her crew hint at forthcoming legislation.
It’s the latest in a string of attempts by Ben Carson and HUD to undermine Obama-era fair housing regulations.
Under revised rule, immigrants deemed likely to need housing subsidies will be denied entry to the U.S.