As affordable-housing agreements written 30 years ago begin to lapse, California is set to lose more than 34,000 affordable-rent units.
Developers blame a half-century-old law for slowing development. Studies show there are other factors at work.
Co-published by Fast Company
As cities struggle to rein in the short-term rental service, a detente in San Francisco may show the way.
Although California’s leading politicians favor rent-cap legislation, none is on the horizon.
Co-published by Splinter
Research shows that corporate landlords are contributing to a rise in housing prices.