Home developers are building McMansions in the suburbs again
Do American cities need to take on an Olympic Games just to get big things done?
Digitally sophisticated "sharing economy" companies could enforce regulation better than government can. Can we trust them to?
Poor boys in wealthier neighborhoods are more likely to misbehave.
Civil rights groups brace for the worst.
It turns out that doubling-up really is a valuable safety net for families with kids.
It does not mean what you think it means, in that it doesn't mean much at all.
Why they'll one day have to give up the cities they loved in their 20s.
The suburbs are more diverse than ever. But we’re replicating segregation there.
First-time buyers scraping to save for a downpayment now have a shot at buying a home with little upfront cash.
The mapping giant has been photographing city streets since 2007. A tour through the archive.
Study identifies areas with top-notch schools and affordable, and not so affordable, home prices.
The number of auctions are climbing, suggesting that banks are more aggressively offloading homes they've been holding onto due to delays.
Developers on Chicago's North Side have been rapidly buying up buildings that long housed the very low-income. Now the city is trying to slow them down.
By many measures, veterans are doing better than Americans who haven't served
The Federal Reserve's program pushed down interest rates to historic lows after its launch in 2008, but rates won't be affected much as the program draws to a close.
A startlingly strong connection between politics and home prices.
Regulators are relaxing all sorts of restrictions they wanted to impose on lenders now that the housing market is taking longer to recover than expected.
How a community explicitly built for white families helped create white privilege today.
We're wasting the chance to use housing vouchers to help more families move to better neighborhoods.