Voters approved proposals to tax the rich, build worker power, and make housing and education more affordable.
New analysis from the Institute for Policy Studies shows how much Boston’s failure to enact a luxury real estate tax has cost the city.
IPS Report Documents Missing Millions as Massachusetts State Legislature Fails to Act on Boston’s Luxury Transfer Tax
In L.A., 1 percenters currently pay less than a 1 percent city tax on the mansions they make millions selling.
Can’t our society find something better to do than give billionaires playpens over a quarter-mile up?
They just may be the super rich who’ve bought mega-million condos in midtown Manhattan’s now infamous needle towers.
Communities need to expand the supply of local homeownership and permanently affordable rental housing, owned by nonprofits and community housing authorities.
Anonymous corporations own more and more of our cities.
Rep. Cori Bush delivered a win for millions of renters, but inequalities that make Black women particularly vulnerable to evictions continue.
As the federal eviction moratorium expiration date looms, housing organizers in one of America’s most unequal states offer a new, equitable path forward.
Wealthy workers moving into central, walkable neighborhoods has long caused gentrification, but global capital is exacerbating the situation.
By working towards creating ‘land without landlords,’ this East Bay cooperative is helping communities build pathways to collective property ownership and community wealth.
A new report addresses housing shortages and vacancies in Los Angeles.
‘If I have to move I’m going to lose my friends, my house, my doctor, my neighborhood. Everything.’
A new civic group report is calling living conditions ‘harsh’ in California’s high-tech hotspot.