Prices aren't coming down, wages for many aren't catching up and rent is deeply unaffordable. But policymakers say everything is going great.
The federal report on homelessness shows "that the rent is too high for a growing number of Americans," advocates say.
Denver's basic income pilot secured new funding from Mayor Mike Johnson after a coalition of advocacy groups lobbied for it to continue.
A growing movement is pressuring the government to regulate rents on buildings where developers received federal loans.
A class action lawsuit successfully argued that realty companies illegally conspired to create a system that is more expensive for home sellers.
The Senate is studying a bill that would introduce a framework for a policy that would guarantee access to a livable income to everyone over 17.
Property developer Tim Gurner, who originated the meme that millennials can't afford homes because they eat avocado toast, is back with a doozy.
"All the empirical literature suggests that the basic economic story does not hold" when it comes to anti-rent control arguments, said one economist.
Lithium could power the 21st century. But the methods used to find it are largely from the 1800s.
Amazon's influence over third-party sellers on its platform is substantial and spans continents, a new report says.