The Biden administration is eyeing nuclear as one solution to ‘clean’ energy, but as a new nuclear plant moves into a rural community in Wyoming, there's another challenge — housing shortages for workers.
Resort communities that saw growth during the pandemic are trying to stop the bleed of local workers being priced out.
Millions of dilapidated houses sit vacant in the U.S. A Colorado college program aims to change that.
Construction students get blighted homes back on the market under the auspices of a community college program.
Converting offices into apartments comes with challenges.
A big part of the problem? A lack of new construction and municipal zoning laws that discourage or prohibit multifamily homes.
With heightened competition to buy homes, many buyers are waiving inspections and other contingencies.
Investor purchases made up more than 1 in 5 home sales in December, according to CoreLogic.
The high-end project is clearing motels that provide an informal safety net for low-income renters. Officials say the motels are rife with code violations.
The influence of algorithms may be growing, but the larger problem is the shortage of shelter.
"You're working twice as hard for the same amount of money," says Mindy Palmer of helping buyers in a tight market.