Millennials Drive Rental Boom
Baby boomers might lead in big buildings, but it's their kids that are driving...
Why Renting Is Beating Owning
The Great Housing Reset marches on, especially in superstar cities and prominent...
Household Spending Post-Retirement
For many, household spending rises after retirement, although incomes are fixed.
American Housing Survey Delves into Nation’s Housing Stock
The 2013 survey shows that median monthly housing costs for renters increase slightly.
Big Demand Seen at Abode's Latest Housing Development
Nearly 1,200 families applied for one of 77 new apartments in Reseda in Southern...
Pop Quiz with John Parvensky
The head of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless talks about his latest project...
Ferguson Tragedy Reflects Poverty's Push to the Suburbs
Ferguson is the result of a community that had not reflected preparation for a changing demography in their governance, says Henry Cisneros.
Affordable Housing Gap Continues
Only 31 affordable rental units were available for every 100 extremely low-income households in 2012.
Report: Nation Not Prepared to Meet Housing Needs of Seniors
Dramatic demographic changes pose housing challenges down the road, but there's still time to create comprehensive plans.
CDFI Fund Releases 10 Years of NMTC Data
More than $31.1 billion in New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) investments have been made between fiscal 2003 and 2013.