KQED aims to tell the story of how California got into a housing affordability crisis by exploring the history and regional policies of the Bay Area. We want to know how marginalized residents are affected.

Demonstrators hold signs that read "Evictions = Death" in front of the Capitol in Sacramento.

California Eviction Moratorium Stays, Even as Judge Strikes Down Federal Ruling

Housing Advocates Push Sacramento to Extend Eviction Moratorium

A Mark Fiore cartoon showing an octopus-style monster representing Wedgewood, Inc, a notorious house-flipping corporation, losing one of its arms that are grabbing houses to Jocelyn Foreman, who successfully used SB 1079 to purchase her home back from the company.

A Home Improvement Story

East Bay Grandmother Facing Eviction Joins Forces With Land Trust to Buy Her Home — Thanks to New Law

Tents line Fulton Street near City Hall on April 5, 2020.

From New York to Helsinki: What the Bay Area Can Learn in Addressing Homelessness

A person accessing the 'Housing is Key' website.

A 'Discriminatory Barrier': California's Rent Relief Website Lacks Translations, Advocates Say

A Grandmother’s Fight to Keep Her Home — From a Corporation Paying in Cash

Google, San Jose Development Deal Includes $200 Million in Housing Funds

Grandma Challenges Real Estate Giant in Early Test of New California Law

KQED's Housing Desk is supported by a grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.