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One way to provide more housing? Construct accessory dwelling units in people’s yards and then rent them out, says an Atlanta architect.

The recipients demonstrate innovative, sustainable design. And several show that, with housing, small can be mighty.

NCCER’s CareerStarter platform wants to be the place where employers, educators, and job seekers all come together.

A startup loyalty program incentivizes tenants to pay rent on time and landlords to reward them for it.

As the tiny-homes market grew, industry members sought common standards.

The 2022 Renter Preferences Survey Report by the National Multifamily Housing Council and Grace Hill finds what residents desire most—and how much they’re willing to pay for it.

Put on your mouse ears, Mickey’s coming to town. The Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products team just announced its latest venture into developing Disney-themed communities.

Two organizations join forces to help fill the construction labor gap by means of education and connection.