Construction firms are optimistic there will be a boom in new projects in 2018, but they could be hard pressed to find applicants for construction jobs.
"He's not here to help," said one of the many housing protesters who gathered at HUD Secretary Ben Carson's meeting with local housing leaders in Chicago.
Trump and Kushner have toured at least one property in the Massachusetts Avenue Heights neighborhood where the Clintons own a home.
Housing and homelessness were exacerbated by natural disasters and the affordability crisis in 2017.
A mandatory one-night count turned up an increase for the first time since 2010, and some of America's wealthiest cities might be the reason.
President Trump and House Republicans are proposing limits to the tax deduction for mortgage interest, a move that would severely impact middle and upper-class homeowners and could destabilize the housing market.
Cooking and design fans have a new mecca: Hay Kitchen Market, which makes its debut at the MoMA Design Store in Manhattan's SoHo.
If passed, the legislation would also enable anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers to operate without risk of political restriction.
In a rare show of mass political activism, Muscovites took on the government's $62 billion redevelopment plans.
Housing prices in hubs such as Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen have soared beyond the average Chinese worker's reach.
Plans to build more rental properties could come to nothing if housing developers can't see the benefits.
An aide to the former presidential contender had said Carson initially removed himself from consideration due to inexperience.
Investors in high-cost housing markets are targeting down-market rentals in other states that they usually don't even visit.
Over time, the pressure of rent-seeking bends law in ways that benefit special interests rather than the public interest.
Findings highlight inequality of opportunity in Britain.
Affordable housing facility will welcome LGBT seniors, homeless youth.
A nationwide proposal could ban cigarettes, cigars and pipes in all living units, indoor common areas and administrative offices.
No Republican members of Congress have endorsed the measure.
A new lawsuit claims New York's affordable housing program discriminates against blacks and Latinos.
The new rules would require cities to look for racial bias in housing practices.