This short video from the California Black Media network explains that as Pandemic Rental Aid Programs come to an end, people are losing their homes.(May 5, 2022) → Read the full The Sacramento Observer report
Seeking to boost home ownership in California, the state has launched a new program of forgivable loans that allows qualified, first-time buyers to borrow up to 10% of a home’s purchase price, and have the debt forgiven if the buyer lives in the home for five years.(May 1, 2022) → Read the full The Mercury News report
The 'Washington Post' descends on the "capital of Blue State America" to expose the ongoing homeless crisis in Sacramento.
Code violations, even after they're fixed, can cost struggling homeowners their homes. Some have seen fees and fines into the six figures even after repairs. Here are some of the horror stories. But what can be done about it?
SB 35 is one of California’s most important affordable housing laws. Here’s what it does, and a look at how well it’s working.
The short-term or ‘vacation’ rental industry spawns hundreds of horror stories and damages the housing market, but governments struggle with how to bring it under control.
A State Senate bill would allow quick rezoning for multi-family housing, as a new research study reveals the high cost of single-family zoning laws.
The Sacramento Bee reports on telecommuters drawn by lower-cost housing in the California capital.
A USC study shows the economy recovered fully from the 2008 recession—except for housing.