Almost a third of young adults — 18 to 34 — lived with a parent in 2014, making it the most common living arrangement for that age group for the first time in modern history.
By Rebecca Beitsch, Stateline
Some local governments around the country are welcoming tiny houses, attracted by their potential to ease an affordable housing crunch or even house the homeless. But lost in the enthusiasm is the fact that in many places, it is hard…
By Vikram Mansharamani
The suburbs still offer a great deal, but there’s a powerful countertrend that is increasingly hard to ignore: a renaissance in cities.
By Duarte Geraldino
With diminishing housing options and soaring rents, the city has one of the higher homelessness rates in nation.
By Paul Solman
This is the story of two housing markets — one that's doing very well and another that's treading water.
By Laura Santhanam, Megan Crigger
About one quarter of all renters spend at least half of their paychecks just to keep roofs over their heads, and those numbers will only grow in the next 10 years, new research suggests.
By Sam Hananel, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court appeared sharply divided Wednesday in a debate over a decades-old strategy for fighting discrimination in housing.
By Justin Scuiletti
Exclusive: WinSun builds world’s first #3Dprinting villa and tallest 3D printed apartmenthttp://t.co/2km9k62NCx pic.twitter.com/J6oJK9qYO3 — 3D Printing & 3Ders (@3dersorg) January 18, 2015 A Chinese company has set another world first…
By PBS NewsHour
By PBS NewsHour
The American GDP grew at a 4 percent annual rate in the second quarter of the year, surpassing most predictions. But will the upward swing continue? Jeffrey Brown gets a snapshot of economic recovery around the country from Shirley Leung…
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