Lawmakers Propose $2 Billion Plan To Provide Housing To Calif. HomelessCalifornia would spend more than $2 billion on permanent housing to help the nation's largest homeless population, under a proposal outlined by state senators on Monday.
Cities Look At Subsidized Housing To Stem Teacher ShortagesAs the days get shorter, first grade teacher Esmeralda Jiménez watches the dimming afternoon sky outside her classroom window the way her pupils watch the clock at dismissal time.
Pick A Pocket Or Two: February Real Estate RecapDue to frigid conditions in much of the nation, February's real estate wrap-up required boots and a shovel, as well as deeper pockets.
California Home Foreclosures Hit Lowest Levels Since 2005A real estate research firm says California home foreclosures plummeted to an eight-year low in the fourth quarter, thanks to rising home prices.
Massive Mortgage Counseling Event Kicks Off At Cal ExpoHomeowners can get free help lowering their mortgage rates and getting approved for loans at the NACA American Dream Event.
Sacramento Residents Oppose Proposed Housing Development Project On 48-Acre LotFor 25 years, developers have been trying and failing to build homes on an empty grassy field in east Sacramento.
Sacramento Housing Market Predicted To Be Nation's Second Hottest For SellersHome prices in Sacramento have reached the highest levels in 11 years and are expected to grow faster than nearly every other place in America this year.
New Home Sales On Rise In Sacramento RegionIt's not quite a housing boom, but a surprising number of new homes are being built in our area.
Housing Prices Could Stay Low For The Rest Of 2011A new report out today says housing prices will not make a comeback this year. The report suggests it's going to take at least two years before median home prices return to levels from the first quarter of this year.