SHARE YOUR HOUSING STORY: How are you making it work here in the Bay Area?
Living in the Bay Area means shacking-up with family, friends and strangers. For some, it means extreme downsizing. For everyone, it means paying too much for too little. The Bay Area needs real housing solutions.
From Wednesday, July 31 through Wednesday, Aug. 6, ABC7 had an in-depth look at housing issues throughout the Bay Area. We're searching for real solutions that will impact our communities.
Take a look at ABC7's latest stories and videos about efforts to Build a Better Bay Area.
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