Posts Tagged ‘housing’
The Bay Area — specifically the East Bay — is leading the way as the national housing market rebounds.
The San Francisco Rent Board counted 1,757 eviction notices in the last year — the highest number in more than a decade.
Two supervisors withdrew support for their own TIC conversion proposal, yet others sent it out of committee and onto the full Board.
A fragile consensus is emerging about giving TIC homeowners relief while protecting the City’s stock of rental units.
After shuttering its doors more than a year ago, Medjool’s Mission Street building is getting a new chance at life by giving homeless veterans a place to stay.
Because of The City’s lack of low-income housing, 47 percent of ex-offenders are left to live on the streets.
Your wallet knows, your bank account knows, and now you know: Bay Area rents are higher than ever.
Residents and activists toured Richmond’s foreclosed and abandoned properties to get a glimpse inside the city’s housing woes.
San Francisco apartments have always seemed small for the rent we pay, but new legislation is about to let them get even smaller.