The city of Austin announced its guaranteed income pilot program will be making a comeback this spring. A report was recently released about how the trial run of that program went, and what we learned.
Mickey Barreto was arrested and charged with filing false property records. But Barreto, 48, says he was surprised when police showed up
US home prices rise again in November as inventory shortage persists
Real estate news website Point2 released its list of big U.S. cities where it's easier for young people to buy homes and three Texas made the top 10.
A new Harvard analysis reveals soaring housing costs put a financial strain on millions of renters, with prices spiking during the pandemic.
Chip Cutter says embracing a life of chaos ‘has been worth it.’
A new report shows the City of Austin is not on track to meet the housing development goals that were set in 2017.
While buying a home is an issue for some, covering the cost of rent every month is becoming a growing burden for many, based on findings from Intuit Credit Karma.
Just a fraction of homes for sale in 2023 were affordable for the typical American
A judge has put a stop to some of the housing affordability crisis measures passed by Austin City Council. Attorney Doug Becker sits down with FOX 7 Austin's Rebecca Thomas to discuss.
In a 9-2 vote, the Austin City Council approved phase one of the HOME initiative after 13 hours of public comment. Up to three homes will be allowed to be built on single-family lots in parts of Austin.
The City of Austin is set to vote on phase one of HOME, Home Options for Middle-Income Empowerment, on Thursday, Dec. 7.
In this FOX 7 Focus, Clare Losey with the Austin Board of Realtors joins FOX 7 Austin's John Krinjak to discuss a new report showing how bad Austin's housing affordability crisis is.
While housing remains the focus at Austin City Hall, the City Council has approved other items involving public safety and a future auction to help officers who are struggling financially.
Over 30% of wealthy homebuyers in September bought a home in all cash, allowing them to avoid interest. Rates are still hovering just under 8%, a high not seen in two decades.
The woman dubbed as "the Tenant from Hell" is moving out. The news, shared by the Airbnb landlord, comes a month after the woman made headlines for refusing to leave the multimillion-dollar rental in Los Angeles' Brentwood neighborhood.
Austin population growth means the need for more homes. One idea to boost housing is not building new, but rather preserving old homes. Preservation Austin joins FOX 7 to discuss.
The city of Austin is considering changes to the land development code. These changes could affect how your property or properties near you may be developed or used in the future.
National Association of Realtors Chief Economist Lawrence Yun argued that policy changes could boost housing supply. The shortage of homes is keeping upward pressure on prices.
District Six council member Mackenzie Kelly joined FOX 7 Austin's Rebecca Thomas to discuss the Austin housing market.