With new data showing a rising tide of evictions, those struggling to hang on to housing speak out.
Do property owners deserve all the blame for spiking rents and a rising number of evictions? Think again.
Law passed in the ’80s lets landlords ‘go out of business’ — and force tenants out of their units.
Residents may gripe about San Francisco’s shortcomings, but outsiders still think we’re pretty hip.
Apartment hunters are well aware that prices in the city are at budget-busting levels. In San Francisco rents in July were up 8 percent over last year, according to a report out from real estate website Trulia. Things aren’t much better in Oakland, which has seen a 5.6 percent hike. That puts both cities in […]
There is some early evidence that rents in San Francisco, which have generated widespread concern in recent years, might finally be leveling off. According to data gathered by the rental startup Zumper, median rents for one- and two-bedroom apartments actually fell slightly between May and July. The company, which says it carries the “vast majority” of […]