More and more housing in city-centres is being bought or built for the short-term rental market.
Living together with separate homes can bring a new community spirit to your life.
New policies on social housing and rough sleeping offer little fresh thinking on how to solve Britain's housing shortage.
The rising cost of energy and housing can leave little money to put nutritious food on the table.
In a developed country like the UK, why can life expectancy within just a few miles differ by as much as 18 years?
Cuba is freeing up the market in residential private property but with a public referendum still to come, what impact will such measures have for ordinary Cubans.
Property prices have soared in the past decade, but much more modest increases in rent, with the exception of Sydney, suggest less of an imbalance of supply and demand for housing as a place to live.
Migrants have similar home ownership rates to the overall population and rely less on public housing. But housing supply shortfalls and higher prices have reduced ownership among recent migrants.
Another affordable housing pact between the Commonwealth, states and territories came into effect this month. But with no new funding, the agreement may be different from predecessors in name only.
It's said Australia's housing affordability problem is the result of new housing stock not keeping pace with population growth. But there is actually enough housing, so why can't the poor afford it?
Why home owners shouldn't panic over knotweed on their property.
The government's £163m fund would provide much-needed boost for community-led housing organisations – but it might also take away their control over new developments.
Social housing is important in the fight against homelessness. But we don't actually know that it helps vulnerable people in any other areas of life.
Improving social housing can help reduce emergency hospital admissions – and more.
The standards we use today were designed to help avoid the overcrowded housing that blighted cities in the past. But severe overcrowding is again on the rise, so what needs to be done?
Grenfell was a 'catastrophic regulatory failure', and reform is still needed – but above all, tenants must be empowered to make their homes safe.
Simply based on how they are housed, forcibly separating immigrant kids from their families is bound to make a bad situation worse.
One problem with Airbnb is that it isn't transparent about how many properties are truly 'shared' and how many are just part of a letting business. Regulators need to know that to manage the impacts.
If it's true millennials are being squeezed out of the housing market in some of Canada's biggest cities, here's what we can, and should, do about it.
Facebook will build a village with housing and amenities in Silicon Valley, a new version of old, unsuccessful ideas of company towns and utopian communities. Will Facebook's town face the same fate?