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Where the 1950s Suburbs End

The pressure to remake neighborhoods like Clairemont is due not to some sudden shift in what people want out of a home but rather to the sweeping social changes that have already played out inside them.




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Zoning

California Bill Looks to ‘Upzone’ Single-Family Parcels

A California bill currently in the works would change laws for single-family zones, allowing up to four units on one single-family lot. It would…

Zoning

Experts Say Relaxed Zoning Rules Will Boost Housing Supply

The most effective way to increase the supply of housing would be to relax zoning rules, according to results from Zillow’s Home Price…

Construction

Single-Family Zoning Creates Hurdles for Quick, Cost-Effective Construction

The factors contributing to the current housing shortage began with the housing crash more than a decade ago when new construction severely slowed…

Government + Policy

Can Looser Zoning Rules Help the Housing Shortage? Biden Thinks So

President Biden’s infrastructure plan will set aside $5 billion for a grant program aimed at tackling “exclusionary” zoning laws that inflate…

Zoning

Sacramento on Brink of Reversing Residential Zoning

Sacramento is close to approving one of the country’s first plans to end single-family residential zoning, which permits only one home on a…

Planning + Development

Thomas Beadel on Splitting Lots, Doubling Inventory

The business model for Thomas James Homes' Trademark by TJH brand brings more opportunities for buyers in neighborhoods where inventory is tight

Zoning

Want a Home With More Space? Consider an ADU First

Nearly 1.4 million single-family properties currently house some sort of accessory dwelling unit, whether it be a guest house, in-law suite ... or…

Zoning

Nebraska Lawmakers Build Support for Relaxing Density Restrictions

Nebraska could become the second state in the nation after Oregon to pass a statewide law on zoning. Single-family homes predominate in Nebraska’s…

How Zoning and Housing Regulation Missteps Can Lock Out Potential Buyers

Mid-size, affordable cities are blossoming nationwide, but the pressure of a growing population is putting strain on the housing market in many of…

Will Nebraska Become the Second State to Pass a Statewide Zoning Law?

Nebraska may be the next frontier for upzoning to increase housing affordability. Following in the footsteps of Virginia, California, and other…

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