California May Soon Pass Statewide Rent Control BillGovernor Gavin Newsom reached an agreement with large landlord and tenant advocacy groups to advance a rent control bill.
Redwood City Imposes New Guidelines For Oversized 'Monster Homes'Redwood City is taking steps to stop developers from building "monster homes" that are too big for neighborhoods. The city council voted on a new permit process that would put larger homes under greater scrutiny. 
Pleasanton Considers Allowing Taller Buildings Near Main StreetThe City of Pleasanton could soon open the door to new housing developments in the downtown area.
Tumblr Reportedly Bought For Same Price As Modest-Looking Silicon Valley HomeTumblr, a blogging service that was sold to Yahoo in a billion-dollar deal six years ago, was sold again reportedly at a fraction of its onetime value.
Downtown San Jose Intersection Transforming Into Site For High-Rise Housing Amid ConcernsThe housing crisis has sent communities scrambling to increase their housing stock and now, developers are flocking to downtown San Jose where the activity at one intersection promises to transform the entire area.
Amid Housing Crisis, Number Of Residential Building Permits Down In Much Of Bay AreaThe number of residential building permits in the Bay Area and California is actually going down, despite the strong demand for housing.
Sea Level Rise Could Flood Bay Area Homes, According To New MapA new interactive map predicts where seal level rise will be in thirty years, and if it's right many homes in the Bay Area could be under water - literally.
Silicon Valley's Hottest Neighborhood for Foreign Buyers: Old Palo AltoThe Bay Area housing market is red hot, but one neighborhood in Silicon Valley is even hotter for foreign buyers: Old Palo Alto.
San Francisco Supes Eliminate Several Fees For Affordable Housing ProjectsCreating affordable housing in San Francisco may get easier after the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved eliminating several fees for affordable housing developments.
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.
Over 8 In 10 Bay Area Residents Agree State In Housing Crisis, Poll FindsMore than eight in ten Bay Area voters agree that California is in a housing crisis and large majorities say more housing for low income people is needed, according to a new poll.