All the articles from Inside Housing’s first US special, including an interview with secretary of state for housing Shaun Donovan, analysis of the challenges facing the country, and a look at the tough rough sleeping policies being implemented in San Francisco
Shaun Donovan is the man charged with picking up the pieces after the US sub-prime mortgage crash. Lydia Stockdale meets the secretary of state for housing to find out if he has been successful.
When president Obama was elected four years ago, millions of Americans hoped he would end their housing nightmares. On the eve of a new election, Lydia Stockdale examines whether voters are sleeping more soundly
The large number of foreclosures is changing the nature of housing - and the election - in the United States
We have a lot to learn from the progressive and inspirational approach taken by homelessness organisations in the US, says Jeremy Swain
Homelessness is San Francisco’s most visible problem. Lydia Stockdale visits the Californian city to find out why its famously liberal residents have decided to get tough to solve it
Struggling homeowners in Baltimore can raise extra cash by letting a room through a local housing organisation. Lydia Stockdale investigates how the model could help under-occupying tenants in the UK