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By Adam Beam, Associated Press
In the past year, the median home price has jumped more than 15 percent, according to data compiled from the St. Louis Federal Reserve. And renters are feeling similar pain: On average, rents in May were up 15 percent than…
By Tim McPhillips
Last year set a record for heat-related deaths in the United States, and this year is already shaping up to be worse in terms of high temperatures. Stephanie Sy reports from Phoenix in Maricopa County, Arizona, which has been at…
By Stephanie Sy, Lena I. Jackson, Madison Staten
In today's highly competitive housing market, millions of Americans are priced out of buying a home, often competing with all-cash offers well above asking prices. Rents are skyrocketing, too, causing overall housing affordability to collapse at its fastest rate on…
Adequate housing has been a consistent problem in rural Alaska and the COVID-19 pandemic has made living there even more difficult. Alaska Public Media’s Erin McKinstry reports on the housing problem from the city of Shaktoolik.
By Erin McKinstry, Alaska Public Media
By Stephanie Sy, Maea Lenei Buhre
It's often said that there’s no place like home. But what if that home was built with a 3D printer? Only a handful of people in the U.S. currently live in these types of houses, but some believe this will…
By Ivette Feliciano, Laura Fong
A seldom-used housing model is gaining steam across the country, particularly in communities where tenants are facing higher rents and possible displacement. Newshour Weekend’s Ivette Feliciano speaks with housing advocates and residents in California, who are partnering with community land…
By Associated Press
The deal will bring the number of government-owned apartments in Berlin to about 355,000 — about a fifth of the 1.67 million rental apartments in the city.
By Roby Chavez
Local officials say there simply is not enough affordable housing for all the people who have lost their homes.
By Christopher Booker, Sam Weber
In this next installment of our series, “Roads to Recovery,” Christopher Booker reports on efforts to reform Connecticut's land use laws, and the complicated mix of history, politics, and racial dynamics that impact who gets to live where. Advocates say…
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