San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee understands the need to stabilize his city’s middle class through housing.

The Cleveland Fed says we need to change housing finance at the policy level, in order to slow speculative real estate transactions — hey Cleveland, we agree!

Delegate Maggie McIntosh (D, District 43) says we shouldn’t reward landlords who ignore lead paint regulations — and her bill would give coverage to smaller landlords who can’t afford the outcomes of costly lawsuits.  Sounds like a win to us!

Shrinking housing inventory in Baltimore isn’t because of higher sales volume, but disgruntled sellers.

Part of the Roland Park Shopping Center is structurally unsound and needs fixing.

One in every nine housing units in Baltimore City is vacant, according to an article by Jamie Smith-Hopkins in the Sun.

Think you have what it takes to run one of the most despised quasi-public agencies in Baltimore?

You can bet that housing will be a hot issue for the upcoming elections — especially in hard-hit states like Ohio.

A former mayoral candidate in Jacksonville, Florida was arrested with four others in connection with an illegal rental scheme.