Victoria will become the first state to introduce an Airbnb levy as part of new housing policies the Andrews Government will bring in to address the housing crisis.
Australian housing developer Tim Gurner said workers need to learn their place and lose jobs in comments that he called "wrong" in an apology.
The HAFF bill lays foundations for more social and affordable homes in Australia. But will it help?
Property developer Tim Gurner, who originated the meme that millennials can't afford homes because they eat avocado toast, is back with a doozy.
The Berkeley Property Owners Association's fall mixer is called "Celebrating the End of the Eviction Moratorium."
“When applying, I used my ex's very Flemish, aristocratic-sounding name.”
“What was going on 40 years ago? Ronald Reagan was president, milk cost $1.35, gas was 96 cents a gallon,” State Senator Zellnor Myrie said.
A Princeton report found that public housing authorities are more likely than private landlords to make multiple eviction filings against tenants.
Tenant discovered their "landlord" was a murderous imposter who tricked them into cleaning blood for a discount on rent, according to court documents.
Every developer in the city of Montreal has paid cash or land into a fund rather than build affordable housing themselves after a recent bylaw passed.
Tarek El Moussa filmed a video advertising his "biggest flip ever" in front of a property with tenants still living there. They're not happy.
"All the empirical literature suggests that the basic economic story does not hold" when it comes to anti-rent control arguments, said one economist.