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One of the world's most expensive housing markets is facing a major slowdown.
San Francisco's BART agency is considering a plan to convert old train cars into housing.
As home prices continue to grow faster than wages, an increasing number of Americans may turn to rentals.
In another sign that Manhattan's real-estate market is slowing, the price of a typical apartment fell below $1 million for the first time in three years.
Cities and towns have taken to giving away abandoned properties for free, or at minimal prices.
Experts say ‘affordable’ rent costs 30% of your monthly income. Here are the US cities where people can actually pay that.
You won't find notoriously expensive cities like New York or San Francisco on the list.
The National Association of Homebuilders' sentiment index just posted its second-largest two-month decline since the measure's inception in 1985.
One of the biggest US homebuilders just sounded the alarm on a slowdown — here are the housing stocks traders are betting can sink further
Homebuilder stocks are under pressure. Traders are building larger short positions in many of these names, according to an analysis by S3 Partners.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is putting up $6.1 million to turn a hotel into transitional housing for San Francisco’s homeless population
"Every homeless person needs a home," Benioff said in a tweet confirming his $6.1 million donation to help San Francisco's homeless population.
Chinese nationals own half of all homes bought over the past decade under Malaysia’s foreign residency scheme
Chinese citizens owned 37 per cent of all approved purchases, followed by British citizens (8 per cent) and Bangladeshi citizens (5.6 per cent).