There's plenty of talk about “greedy developers” being the cause of our housing crisis but the people making out in this crazy market aren’t builders, but existing homeowners.
A "tiny house village" for homeless youth could be built at the current Ohmega Salvage site in West Berkeley.
New housing and the appeal of public transit is putting areas like West Oakland, Fruitvale and Millsmont into more buyers' home searches.
The backyard shed is made out of a cheap, earthen material similar to adobe and not recognized in the building code.
How to find a home you love in the totally bonkers East Bay real estate market? For this couple and their young child, it was a mix of hard slog and luck.
Wicks is the only candidate in the race who refuses to support the repeal of the Costa Hawkins Housing Act.
At a town hall held this week, discussion centered on whether to build much-needed student housing on a Berkeley tract of land long used for extensive research.
Secrets, and sometimes deceptive practices, are revealed when a house goes up for sale and home inspectors peer into basements, attics and behind electrical panels.
Only a tiny percentage of real estate agents in the U.S. are people of color, and the same is true in Berkeley and the East Bay despite the relative diversity of the area.
It's now possible to whip out your phone at work and fire up your crockpot, turn on the heating and re-lock your front door at home. Smart-home gadgets are in the ascendant.
When Natan and Elizabeth Kuchar put in an offer on a charming 1929 Berkeley listing, they had no idea that it would take singing just the right song to snag the home.
Cal's undergraduate student population increased 15% in the last decade. The university is making some progress, although slow, at adding more housing.
Berkeley voters may have a chance in November to approve a bond measure to help pay for affordable and workforce housing, according to new survey results released by the city.