Inman’s state-by-state guide to reopening the economy

As the coronavirus pandemic gradually improves, a patchwork of plans to reopen local economies has emerged across the U.S.

Inman’s state-by-state guide to reopening the economy

As the coronavirus pandemic gradually improves, a patchwork of plans to reopen local economies has emerged across the U.S.

Amid pandemic, auctions surge among luxury owners eager to sell

As coronavirus has canceled open houses and caused most real estate work to be put on hold, auction houses are seeing an increase in interest from luxury sellers.

Major banks agree to mortgage grace period in California

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday that Wells Fargo, Citibank, JP Morgan and U.S. Bank would give homeowners a 90-day grace period.

California governor stops evictions amid coronavirus outbreak

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order is meant to be a lifeline to people whose wages are shrinking as the coronavirus tanks the economy and forces people into isolation.

NAR cancels conferences as coronavirus chaos continues

The trade organization will no longer hold events this month in San Diego and Los Angeles. The cancellations come as the death toll rises and as financial markets continue to sputter.

C.A.R. President on housing crisis: ‘Our state’s future is on the line’

California Association of Realtors President Jeanne Radsick believes 2020 is the time for her state to pass pro-housing legislation.

Nonprofit to buy home occupied by homeless moms since November

California Governor Gavin Newsom and Oakland’s mayor have signed on to a solution that would allow the nonprofit to buy the home “for a price not to exceed the appraised value.”

Apple becomes latest company to pledge money for housing crisis

The company announced Monday a $2.5 billion plan, highlighted by an affordable housing investment fund and a first-time homebuyer assistance program.

LA’s housing plan for homeless is behind schedule and over budget

The city is now spending more than $500,000 per unit to house homeless, a mere $14,000 less than the median sales price for a condominium in Los Angeles.