The Sun’s home for buying, selling, renting – in hot markets and cold.
The vote caps a lengthy, multi-year process to settle a dispute over the location of the fertilizer producer's operations in relationship to the city's Costco.
January 31, 2023
With the help of local students, Valley realtors reflect on the meaning of “home” after roller coaster 2022
“I think we’re at a place in time in our market where we need to be reminded what a home is all about, and who better than the kids to remind us," Fresno realtor Don Scordino said of Fresno Association of Realtors' essay contest.
December 15, 2022
The proposed Convention Center-anchored Courtyard Marriott in downtown Fresno secured its construction funding on Monday, bringing the project one step closer to breaking ground.
November 1, 2022
Fresno lawmakers approve return to zoning rules for some of southwest warehouse district – but a new fight looms.
Despite last-minute intervention by Attorney General Rob Bonta, a thorny, make-or-break zoning issue surrounding some of Fresno's largest industrial firms reached a partial settlement on Thursday.
October 13, 2022
Are Valley housing markets really as vulnerable as New York or Chicago?
September 20, 2022
Not even the departure of developer Terance Frazier would stop the demise of "The Park at South Fulton Street."
August 31, 2022
One of America’s largest corporate landlords is halting home purchases in 38 cities across the country, including one in the San Joaquin Valley.
August 30, 2022
A pair of bills seek to open up much of the state’s commercial land for residential development and bypass local objections.
August 29, 2022
As the housing crisis continues to burden the Central Valley, Merced is doubling down on inclusionary zoning as the future of its housing policies.
August 15, 2022
Mojave will soon be home to California's first-ever inland port, supporting supply chain woes by handling of incoming goods from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
August 9, 2022