Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a bill intended to prevent corporate buyers from bulk-purchasing foreclosed homes, as happened in the last recession.
While presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg was mayor of South Bend, most home loans in his town went to white families in white neighborhoods.
Senior reporter Aaron Glantz shares the findings of Reveal’s investigation into modern-day redlining with the House Financial Services Committee.
Hundreds of millions of dollars in property taxes should never have been charged, but Detroiters still had to pay or risk losing their homes.
Government data on anonymous shell companies buying homes with cash should be shared with the public.
The list presents a small window into the movers and shakers in the Silicon Valley.
The value of Stanford’s real estate empire is larger than those of Google, Apple and Intel combined.
Pressure for Apple to act had been building for months to help address the housing crisis in California.
Just 10 power brokers own about $59.2 billion in taxable property, making them the largest landowners in Silicon Valley.
They built the tech that powers our economy. Now, should they build our housing?