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Denver wants to help the middle class move on up

by Kai Ryssdal and Shaheen Ainpour Jan 16, 2018
A new housing subsidy plan in Denver aims to make high end apartments affordable.

New York is betting $155 million that it can cut evictions

by Marielle Segarra Oct 2, 2017
A new law gives low-income residents access to free legal help in housing court.
Without a lawyer, tenants facing eviction are at a disadvantage, said Sergio Jimenez, an attorney at the nonprofit Brooklyn Defender Services.
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New York subway line brings excitement and rent worries

by Adam Allington Jan 2, 2017
Manhattan’s Second Avenue finally gets its subway.
Commuters exit the uptown Q train at the 86th St. station on the newly opened Second Avenue subway line on Sunday in New York City.
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Renting becomes a lifestyle for the long haul

by Reema Khrais Aug 17, 2016
Falling homeownership rates could give way to a permanent renter class
The rising cost of home prices may be creating a permanent renter class.
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Rent rises nudge CPI higher

by Andy Uhler Jun 16, 2016
Rent has been increasing faster than inflation for years, now.
Rent prices are on the rise as city-living increasing in popularity with millennials. 
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Million-dollar homes are no longer anything special

by Mark Garrison May 19, 2016
With rising prices and rents, it's tought to gain a foothold in big U.S. cities.
A luxury home in San Francisco, California. Around 57 percent of San Francisco homes are now worth a million or more.
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We're becoming a nation of renters

by Lizzie O'Leary Mar 11, 2016
A new study looks into what's driving the drastic rise in renting.
Do you rent or own?
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Weighing the cost of renting vs. buying

by Amy Scott Dec 23, 2015
A new report says buying a house is more affordable in more than half of counties.

The economics of a Los Angeles homeless shelter

by Jenny Ament Jul 24, 2015
In the past 2 years, homelessness has jumped 12 percent.

Many Marin workers can't afford to live in Marin

by Krissy Clark Jun 18, 2015
What happens when most of your county's workers can’t afford to live in the county?