Hot property: U.S. mobile homes' affordability slips as corporates move in
Mobile homes — what the industry calls manufactured housing — provide the largest unsubsidised form of affordable housing in the United States
Kashmiris complain of evictions after deadly attack on Indian forces, authorities promise safety
Some Kashmiris living outside their state said they faced property evictions while others were attacked on social media
Myanmar Christian leaders join calls against Myitsone dam revival
Catholic priests and nuns have joined hundreds of protesters to demand an end to the controversial China-backed dam project
Beyond Congress, property owners stand between Trump and US-Mexico border wall
"Housing communities would be cut off. People would have to go through a gate to get to their house — and these are U.S. citizens"
Forced evictions, discrimination continue to afflict Bulgaria's Roma minority
As in other EU countries, many Roma live on the fringes of society and struggle for work - with those in small settlements facing legal problems when it comes to land ownership
Brazil minister blasted for calling murdered Amazon defender 'irrelevant'
Climate Minister Ricardo Salles confirmed that he would travel to the Amazon for the first time on Tuesday.
Is blockchain for land succumbing to 'pilot-itis'?
The pilotitis epidemic is real. And the remedy: a sober look at whether a place is truly well-suited for blockchain technology
Swiss voters reject plan to curb urban sprawl
The referendum would have allowed a new building zone only if governments removed another area of at least the same size from land set aside for construction
Land is key ingredient missing from US 'Green New Deal', experts say
Land use is not part of the rollout of a high-profile climate proposal in the U.S. Congress
On solid ground: armed with land titles, Tanzania's slum dwellers tackle poverty
The documents form part of a nationwide programme to secure property rights for home owners in informal settlements