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Construction laborers work on the top floor of a high rise apartment building in New York.

If you look hard, housing data offers good news

Jul 17, 2015
Numbers suggest recovery is gaining steam; banks may hold key to the next level.
Posted In: Housing, young adults, families, apartments, condo

The debate against affordable housing in Marin

Jun 11, 2015
Not all Marin County residents have embraced George Lucas' plan to build an affordable housing project.
Posted In: affordable housing, apartments, senior citizens

Landlords have the upper hand in many rental markets

Feb 17, 2015
Low apartment vacancy rates mean renters are often at the mercy of landlords
Posted In: Rentals, apartments, landlords, renters
The General Motors world headquarters, background, is juxtaposed against a tattered house in Detroit.

Detroit real estate on the rise

Dec 25, 2014
Detroit property values are beginning to approach pre-recession levels.
Posted In: Detroit, real estate, Jobs, apartments

Micro-unit apartments: Tiny and booming

Aug 29, 2014
Cities experiment to accommodate the glut of singles and childless couples.
Posted In: renting, apartments, micro-units
NYC apartments

Shocker: Rent is very, very high

Aug 22, 2014
A new study from Zillow pegs median rent at $1,318 per month nationwide.
Posted In: Housing, rental, apartments

How rising rents, falling incomes crush communities

Jun 30, 2014
The long tail of the recession still wreaks havoc on renters' real estate market.
Posted In: rental market, apartments, New York City, affordable housing

Prefab apartment buildings on the rise

Apr 21, 2014
Is modular construction poised to take off in the U.S.?
Posted In: apartments, modular buildings, factories

New York's new billionaire street

Jun 4, 2013
Three luxury high-rise apartment towers are luring the ultra-wealthy to an area of Midtown Manhattan better known for offices and stores.
Posted In: New York City, apartments, real estate

San Francisco considers allowing micro-apartments

Sep 25, 2012
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors will vote today on whether to allow the building of micro-apartments as small as 150 square feet. Similar programs have started to be tested in New York and Boston.
Posted In: apartments, San Francisco, Housing

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