It seems everyone in the state wants more housing, but not necessarily in their own backyards.
The city’s housing plan may not create the integrated and balanced communities that state law requires.
Disappointing numbers call into question the state’s market-based prescription for resolving the housing shortage.
California’s efforts to tackle its housing crisis may be headed for trouble at the local level.
A Capital & Main investigation finds the city’s fair housing programs are littered with problems.
The debate around SB 9 centers on equity, social justice, affordability — and whether it benefits residents or developers.
Soaring rents are placing intense pressure on tenants’ incomes and pricing people out.
The city of Clovis was found to be in violation of state housing laws.
An improbable vanguard of poor people is “reclaiming” vacant homes — forcing policymakers to rethink affordable housing strategies.
A look back at some of Capital & Main’s coverage of 2020.
Advocates hope the use of eminent domain can become a new model for generating affordable urban housing.
Clovis may be the San Joaquin Valley’s most desirable community. It’s also largely white and with very little low income housing available.
Why wasn’t an African American community group allowed to make a final bid on the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza?
Rent control polls well among Californians, but statewide and local initiatives were no match for an avalanche of real estate industry cash.
North Carolina public housing tenants seek safe housing after years of federal underfunding.
The real estate industry is a powerhouse opponent of rent control in California politics. But tenant activists are upping their electoral game.
In an eleventh hour move, Sacramento extended the statewide eviction moratorium for renters suffering COVID-related hardships.
Despite California’s epic affordable housing crisis, many state legislators from the dominant party are beholden to real estate interests.
The first of the month has come to strike terror in renters, while homeownership seems like a fantasy to the young. How did this happen?
Some neighbors support the Reclaimers with donations of food and clothing. Others are loudly opposed to their presence.