Even prior to Covid-19, multigenerational living was on the rise in countries like the US. Finding and purchasing houses that are suited to this style of habitation is often needlessly difficult.
Surbana Jurong has signed contracts to do city master plans in ten African countries. Why is the continent relying on outside firms to map its future?
Perhaps no UK city is better equipped to respond to its changing demographics than Manchester, where one third of the population will be 50 or older by 2040.
Australia needs to build an extra 50,000 houses each year to meet demand. Current policy is making it awfully hard to do so.
The idea is to prevent evictions before they happen by pushing landlords to negotiate. One of the biggest hurdles is ensuring residents know how to access it.
City Monitor's Housing Security Index finds that in the US, metros with high shares of jobs in accommodation and food service face some of the biggest challenges due to Covid-19.
As Silicon Valley embraces telework, monthly rents are dropping in the area.
A newly created database is a good start but nowhere near enough.
A new report takes aim at the UK's arbitrary approach to building permits.
Several cities are considering ways to offer rental assistance to prevent evictions during the coronavirus pandemic.
Slight declines could be limited to the upper end of the market.