Around the Web

We are constantly on the lookout for news, developments, or even plausible rumors affecting the world of Affordable Housing. Here are some of our recent “finds” out on the Interwebs.

Links to the original articles are provided for your convenience and enjoyment.

Golf Courses Emerge as a Fix for L.A.’s Affordable Housing Crisis

From Bloomberg CityLab: “The Rancho Park Golf Course is an 18-hole, par 71 municipal course in the affluent West L.A. neighborhood of Cheviot Hills, near Century City.” … … Read More


“Flyaway Homes” Builds Affordable Housing Fast and Cheap

From Spectrum News 1: “They once carried goods across the Pacific, but Kevin Hirai says a few walls, cabinets and plumbing transforms a shipping container into a home. ‘These … Read More


Remote work is reshaping San Francisco, as tech workers flee and rents fall

From Fox Business: “By giving their employees the freedom to work from anywhere, Bay Area tech companies appear to have touched off an exodus. ‘Why do we even … Read More


Hi, remote workers! We’ll pay you to work from Tulsa. You’re going to love it here.

From Tulsa Remote: “To be considered for the Tulsa Remote program, we ask that applicants meet all four eligibility requirements: You can move to Tulsa within 6 months. … Read More


You Can Own A Texas Tiny Home On The Water For Way Less Than A Regular House

From Narcity: “Have you ever wanted to pick up and leave your crowded city apartment for a life out in nature? I’m sure many of us have … Read More


San Francisco Residents Want To Leave

From moveBuddha: “90% of moving searches involving the San Francisco-Bay Area are people looking to leave. Over the past 6 weeks, we’ve seen an unprecedented number of … Read More


Backyard Cottages Could Be the Most Feasible Type of Housing To Build During COVID-19

From Reason: “Despite the best efforts of the California State Legislature to let homeowners convert a garage or tool shed into much-needed rental housing, many of the … Read More


10 Cheap US Cities With Gigabit Internet Remote Workers Will Love

From PC Mag: “How long have you been working from home? If it’s in a cramped, high-cost metro area like New York, San Francisco, or Los Angeles, you … Read More


SF, Silicon Valley rents plunge amid downturn: ‘Never seen anything like it’

From San Francisco Chronicle: “The cost of renting an apartment in the Bay Area plummeted in May, as layoffs and the increased flexibility of working from home drove a … Read More


Around The Corner: 3D Housing Designed For The Homeless And Needy Seniors

From Kaiser Health News: “AUSTIN, Texas — Tim Shea is counting the days until he can move into a new, 3D-printed house. Shea, 69, will be the first to … Read More