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A rendering of tiny homes for the homeless in San José, California.

The world’s largest architecture firm is creating a $2 million tiny home village for California’s homeless

Politicians in San Jose plan to house the city's homeless in these sleek cabins. It's one of many metros considering tiny homes as a temporary housing solution.
Houses and shops in London's Notting Hill

The average home deposit for first-time buyers in London is set to hit nearly £250,000 within 10 years

The data reflects the growing difficulties first-time buyers in London face trying to get onto the property ladder.
"Rent is so high they can't even afford a car," a partner at Patterson and Sheridan told The New York Times.

San Francisco rent is so expensive that a law firm bought a $3 million plane to fly its people in from Texas instead of having them live there

Rent in San Francisco is three times that in Houston. To cut costs, the law firm Patterson and Sheridan flies its Houston lawyers to the Bay Area monthly.

In one of America’s ‘most miserable’ cities, home prices have surged 92% in the last 5 years

Tech workers are being priced out Silicon Valley and relocating to Stockton, California, for cheaper housing.
Most homes in Atherton, California, have gates or hedges that prevent prying eyes from looking in.

Inside the most expensive zip code in America, where tech moguls like Eric Schmidt and Paul Allen have their mansions

Take a tour of Atherton, California — the new most expensive zip code in America.

Go inside the hottest neighborhood in San Francisco, where home prices have risen 75% in the last 5 years

In 2014, the north slope of Bernal Heights was named the hottest neighborhood in America. And real-estate prices have skyrocketed since.
A row of new-build houses in England, UK

Stamp duty for all first-time buyers of homes under £300,000 has been abolished

The will save home purchasers a maximum of £5,000, and £1,660 on average.

Public housing plays a huge role in racial segregation and inequality — but not in the way most people think

ANALYSIS: Federal housing policy before and after World War II shaped American cities in a racially segregated way.
A rendering of the "livable yacht" concept by by ARKUP and Koen Olthuis.

These $2 million floating homes are designed to withstand Category 4 hurricanes

These floating homes, designed by the water architect Koen Olthuis to withstand hurricanes, are likely to hit the market next summer.
Sarah Patterson, founder of organic skincare company Salinity, lives on a boat with her husband in San Francisco.

30 photos show the extreme lengths millennials will go to live in cities instead of suburbs

Here's what it takes to live in the most expensive cities in the US.