What’s the key to ending chronic homelessness? Better data

According to Community Solutions, the key to ending chronic homelessness is real-time data aggregation and tracking that enables communities to make smart, quick decisions. The nonprofit’s Built for Zero program helps local agencies transform their dat…

Curious about feng shui? Juwai executive shares the basics

Although feng shui is more than 3,000 years old, some Westerners are still mystified by the practice. Juwai exec Georg Chmiel shares what you need to know.

Los Angeles eviction rates boom ahead of rent-control law

Landlords have evicted more than 200 tenants in the Los Angeles area ahead of a Jan. 1 deadline to bypass a 5 percent rent cap.

EXp Realty agent axed over offensive mayoral election ad

EXp managing broker Craig Schaid posted an ad offering to sell homes for residents upset with the election of Montgomery’s first black mayor.

Next big luxury design trend? Think dinosaur fossils

Homeowners are showing interest in dinosaur fossils as one-of-a-kind fixtures sure to spark interest and envy or as part of their mission to establish private museums.

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.

HGTV stars named in FTC probe into ‘bogus’ home-flipping seminar

The complaint claims Zurixx mislead consumers into believing they’d receive free advice from stars such as Tarek El Moussa and Christina Anstead from “Flip or Flop.”

Scrub-a-dub-dub! Here’s what homeowners need to know about tubs

There are plenty of bathtub options on the market, ranging from durable fiberglass and acrylic to high-style cultured marble. Here’s what homeowners need to consider before choosing a new tub.

Which US city has the smallest apartments? Hint: It’s not New York

An analysis by Apartment List, which looked at data from 100 of the most populated cities with at least 20 units available on Apartment List’s site, revealed that many of the nation’s smallest studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments are in cities across the Midwest and South.

Which Inman Connect New York ticket is right for you?

Introducing our all-new Inman Connect ticket options. They’re perfect for everyone — from newbies to long-time attendees.