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Congress investigates substandard military housing

by Amy Scott Dec 3, 2019
Two hearings this week are the latest in an ongoing probe of privatized housing.
The main gate at the Camp Pendleton Marine Corps base in 2006 in Oceanside, California.
Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images

“Decade of Fire” shows how the people of the Bronx saved their neighborhood

by Amy Scott and Bennett Purser Nov 28, 2019
Landlords attempted to destroy the South Bronx in the 1970s with racist housing policies and worse. But the community fought back.
Robert Foster and a woman moving beams on Kelly Street.  Foster is the former the executive director of Banana Kelly, which rehabilitated South Bronx apartment buildings into affordable and livable housing.
Courtesy Eric Wingate

California's homeless: A crisis of prosperity

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Nov 27, 2019
Families in the state are battling homelessness as a strong economy dominates their surroundings.
A homeless encampment in Salinas, California.
Alessandra Sanguinetti for The California Sunday Magazine
Adventures in Housing

Adventures in Housing: Holding out on a home to invest in something else

by Maria Hollenhorst Nov 26, 2019
Zarrish Khan was about to buy a house when tragic news prompted a U-turn.
Zarrish Khan with her children, Hasan, left, and Mishal.
Photo courtesy of Zarrish Khan

Are affordable houses making a comeback?

by Amy Scott Nov 26, 2019
Analysts say smaller, cheaper houses are on the horizon.
A "price reduced" sign on a home for sale in Royal Oak, Michigan.
Bill Pugliano/Getty Images

Why are Americans moving less and less?

by Amy Scott Nov 22, 2019
Census numbers show lowest the mobility rate on record.
David McNew/Getty Images

Demand for homes has been hampered by short supply

by Marielle Segarra Nov 18, 2019
House prices are high — too high for many first-time buyers.
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House bidding wars fall to a 10-year low

by Amy Scott Nov 14, 2019
Real estate brokerage Redfin says just one in ten offers faced competition in October.
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The vacancy crisis is far from over

by Amy Scott Nov 6, 2019
There are now more vacant housing units than at the height of the foreclosure crisis.
E-scooters line a stretch of Atlanta's Beltline, a former railway corridor under redevelopment.
Amy Scott/Marketplace

In California's wildfire country, insurance is harder to come by

by Amy Scott Oct 29, 2019
Insurance companies are dropping policies in high-risk areas.
A home burns during the deadly 2018 Camp fire in Northern California.
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