Tiny-Home Developments in San Jose Offer Alternative to HomelessnessSan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo joined members of the city council and the community to assemble 8-foot by 10-foot homeless shelters that will be part of the city's first-ever tiny home community.
Housing, Guns, Vaccines, Worker Rights Bills Await Legislature in Final MonthCalifornia lawmakers returning to work Monday still have lots to do before they adjourn for the year on Sept. 13.
Vallejo Draws Would-Be Homeowners Looking for Affordable Bay Area HousingVallejo is one of the few places in the Bay Area where a buyer can shell out less than a half million dollars to own a home.
Bay Area Home Sales Suffer June SwoonBay Area home sales in June were the lowest for that month in 11 years, according to the latest data from CoreLogic.
Deal To Give Seniors At San Jose Mobile Home Park Condos In New DevelopmentResidents of the Winchester Ranch Mobile Home Park are celebrating the first of its kind deal that will allow them to stay in their neighborhood and upgrade to new luxury condos when they get built.
Bay Area Commission Explores Limiting Office Space In Cities Which Lack HousingThe Metropolitan Transportation Commission is thinking about ways to reduce the traffic and housing crunch in its Plan Bay Area 2050.
Santa Cruz Housing Affordability For Teachers Called Worst In NationThe city of Santa Cruz has earned a dubious new distinction: it is now the least affordable city in America for teachers.
Report: New San Jose Google Tech Campus Will Make Rents SkyrocketA new report paints a dire picture of rent increases for residents when Google moves into San Jose.
IPO Wealth Begins Showing Up in Rising Bay Area Home SalesThere is an increase in buyer activity across the Bay Area suggesting that IPO expectations are already showing up in the real estate market.
Stanford Expansion Plans Run Into Opposition Over Lack Of Worker HousingStanford University's ambitious plans for growth over the next two decades are coming up short in one area, according to Santa Clara County officials.
Bay Area Bakery Co-Op Launches Construction Firm To Help House Service Industry WorkersThere’s no doubt the Bay Area needs more housing and now a group of entrepreneurs with an unusual business model are pitching in to help.
San Jose Eyes Rezoning Single-Family Lots For Multiple-Unit DwellingsDozens of San Jose neighborhoods could be seeing some big changes to help ease the housing crunch. The city's planning department is considering an idea to allow multiple-dwelling units on lots previously zoned for single-family homes.
El Cerrito Considering Measures To Assist RentersA package of measures intended to assist renters - including a rent registry and a just cause for eviction ordinance—will be considered Tuesday by the El Cerrito City Council.
San Jose Councilmember Priced Out Of Home Of Nearly 10 YearsSan Jose Councilman Raul Peralez and his family were priced out of their home this month and forced to relocate after living in their neighborhood for nearly 10 years.
Bay Area Online Housing Calculator Shows Where You Can Afford To LiveA newly online developed housing calculator is putting the Bay Area's sky-high housing prices into perspective.