“Families with lower incomes are finding themselves priced out and fleeing for different job markets where the cost of living … Continue reading “Families with lower incomes are finding themselves priced out and fleeing for different job markets where the cost of living is lower,” said Michael Lane with @SVatHome https://t.co/YHU49vHS9w — via San Jose Community
Small Homes, Big Impact is a new pilot program from Housing Trust offering free educational workshops and financial assistance to … Continue reading Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Program
Here’s How to Fix Silicon Valley’s Housing Gap, According to San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo via @siliconmag mlsiliconvalley.com/how-to-fixing-… – Carolyne … Continue reading Here’s How to Fix Silicon Valley’s Housing Gap, According to San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo via @siliconmag https://t.co/5IOot3Y3E5
Bisnow The Bay Area’s largest city could see thousands of co-living units coming, starting with the sector’s largest project ever … Continue reading Why San Jose Could Catch New York City In Co-Living Development
In mid-June, the New York Times publishedten zoning mapsof major American cities. These brilliantly rendered maps illustrate the degree to … Continue reading Single-Family Zoning in the San Francisco Bay Area
Could California force homeless people to accept shelter space against their will? Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and Los Angeles County … Continue reading Can California Force Homeless People Into Shelters? Civil Rights Groups Call Plan Legally Questionable.
A mixed-use housing and retail complex that will bring downtown San Jose more than 100 new homes and an enticing … Continue reading Housing, restaurant project set to sprout in downtown San Jose
Society is better for everyone when even the most vulnerable among us can participate, prosper, and reach their full potential. … Continue reading Working to Realize Equity for ALL
BY JEN NOWELL Daily Post Correspondent Stanford is fighting back against Santa Clara County’s motion to dismiss the university’s lawsuit … Continue reading Stanford defends its lawsuit against the county over housing requirements
“How is it acceptable that GDPs are increasing all the time … and homelessness is rising all the time?” Residents … Continue reading The Exploding Housing Crisis In San Francisco And Around the World
The California governor’s budget includes $2.75 billion for housing and homelessness, but experts worry he won’t be able to reverse … Continue reading Gov. Gavin Newsom talked big on housing. How has he stacked up so far?
Source: Oregon Legislature Passes Nation’s First State-wide Ban on Single-Family Zoning in Cities – Willamette Week > San Jose is … Continue reading Oregon Legislature Passes Nation’s First State-wide Ban on Single-Family Zoning in Cities – Willamette Week
During the day, Julie, age 15, attended a local Santa Clara high school. At night, she slept at Bill Wilson … Continue reading How legislation would help California’s homeless youth
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) — Residents of the Winchester Ranch Mobile Home Park are celebrating the first of its kind … Continue reading Deal To Give Seniors At San Jose Mobile Home Park Condos In New Development
In the first half of 2019, members of the California Legislature introduced roughly 200 bills that addressed the state’s worsening … Continue reading Housing crisis: Why can’t California pass more housing legislation?
What’s happening in the California housing market? Will prices ever really fall? #LosAngeles #California #SanFrancisco #SanDiego #SanJose #BayArea #rental #housing … Continue reading What’s happening in the California housing market? Will prices ever really fall? #LosAngeles #California #SanFrancisco #SanDiego #SanJose #BayArea #rental #housing #homeprices https://t.co/ci4pI39Kqr https://t.co/fPYfUprz61
In the midst of California’s housing crisis, one quick fix is the “granny flat.” These small backyard units are all … Continue reading California Residents Turn To ‘Granny Flats’ As A Small-Scale Solution For Housing
The Bay Area’s housing prices flattened out this spring. But a week in the region’s housing politics shows why we’re … Continue reading Editorial: A week in the Bay Area’s housing crisis shows a grim pattern
Rising concerns about housing affordability, racial inequality and climate change are causing cities nationwide to re-examine their attachment to the … Continue reading Cities Start to Question an American Ideal: A House With a Yard on Every Lot – The New York Times
To Millennials, at least — Read on www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2019/06/why-millennials-cant-afford-buy-house/591532/ Continue reading Why Millennials Can’t Afford to Buy a House – The Atlantic