It's unclear whether reducing the number of short-term rentals will free up housing for city residents.
Prices are rising, rates are climbing and supply is dwindling. That puts people who already own a home ahead.
As some CPI data lags, economists consider new rental data to better understand where housing costs are now.
The National Association of Home Builders' latest survey also shows that 13% of builders reported cutting prices.
Meet the "super renters." People in their 20s and 30s who want access to nice stuff without having to buy or own that stuff.
It's the latest company to join this fast-growing retail market, but why?
When you think of high rents and overcrowding, you probably don’t think of farmland. However, according to a new report by the Urban Institute, rural communities are facing a lack of affordable housing, just like more densely populated urban areas. One hundred fifty-two rural counties throughout California, Texas and several southeastern states, among others, were […]
To combat Spain's affordable housing crisis, Barcelona has started renting out empty apartments owned by banks
Spain is in a housing crisis. According to the latest official figures from 2012, around 22,000 people are homeless, though more recent estimates from nonprofits say it could be closer to 40,000. And there’s a surplus of empty homes — hundreds of thousands of apartments owned by banks, repossessed during the country’s financial crisis between […]
A new law is banning many short-term rentals in Berlin, which means tourists may have to pay more.