San Francisco Rent Control
Spam filter pushes huge listings back nearly a month
City Hall wants Veritas Investments to put the brakes on sale of 76 old buildings.
Apartment price controls shielded most renters from the worst of the boom—if they kept their apartments long-term.
A tense vote tries to balance developer demands against angry renters.
Assemblymember David Chiu’s AB 1482 bill will cap rent hikes starting in 2020.
Company will make it easier for renters to avoid improvement fees that tenants call de facto rent hikes.
David Chiu’s bill will cap rent hikes on most California apartments.
David Chiu has one week to execute key votes for Assembly Bill 1482.
Much of what happens when a roomie plans to leave is the landlord's prerogative.
From living in an illegal unit to possible reductions in rent, here’s what you should know about renting in the city.
A blogger accuses SF supervisor of profiting from the demolition of rent-controlled homes—city inspectors say otherwise.
Registries help enforce rent control and other provisions.
"Rental affordability act" would allow rent control on some homes built as recently as 2005.
Two bills aim to upend the playing field for landlords and the California’s wealthiest residents.
Poll reveals only 13 percent of state residents think California should build more.
New York-based Blackstone has invested millions in California’s elections—and its homes.
But only if Proposition 10 passes.
But anxiety about the fate of single-family homeowners lingers.
Kenneth Rosen hopes to sway voters against Proposition 10.
The law limits rent control in cities like San Francisco.
Property companies pour millions into beating Proposition 10.
Lawmakers introduce vote to support rent-control expansion.
90-10 vote for Proposition 10 comes as little surprise.
"The city has struggled to substantially improve housing affordability for low- and moderate‐income households."
California’s dozen voter measures slant toward housing.
According to allegations, SF-based property company Valstock Management tried to force out low-income and immigrant families by way of intimidation and harassment.
Supporters of squashing Costa-Hawkins Act say they have enough signatures to make the vote.