Will a set of two-decade-old industrial buildings in south Fresno continue to flourish the city’s booming job magnets? Or are they headed for an activist-led scrapheap?
A judge has allowed for the sale of Trails End Mobile Home to Harmony Communities, concluding a lengthy legal battle for control of a troubled trailer park.
Facing a choice of rent control or “building your way out,” California’s fifth-largest city may wind up taking a Goldy Locks approach to solving its housing issues.
Fresno faces two vastly different paths to pursue a sweeping strategy to tackle the nation’s hottest housing market.
Dozens of California cities launched ordinances to block a 2021 law allowing to split residential lots for multiple homes. California’s hefty bureaucracy can’t keep up.
Was Attorney General Rob Bonta’s interest in an obscure planning document was intended to “place undue political pressure” on Fresno County?
All signs point to the fast-paced marketplace of the last couple years continuing for at least the next several months.
The last piece of the 22-year-old “new” Fresno Convention Center complex is finally coming into place.
Despite the national drop in home ownership rates over the past decade, rates sharply increased as the COVID-19 pandemic shook up the market last year.
As Californians start shelling out for their first of two property tax payments, where can you get the best value? The San Joaquin Valley, one study found.