SF Rental Market Reports
The SF lawmaker takes a page from Oakland with permanent—but limited—renter shield.
March rent prices were immune to the downturn.
Moratorium in effect through the end of May.
No-fault removals via Ellis Act and other means are off limits under new order, but some politicos want more aggressive protections.
More money, more problems.
New law, the most aggressive in California, will help formerly incarcerated people have a fair chance to housing.
But hundreds of Bay Area property owners are flouting the new law.
But San Francisco didn’t even crack the top ten.
SF has some of the lowest rents in the region, but some of the highest mark-ups on new rental housing.
Longtime San Franciscans pay more and more in rent, but newcomers have it worse.
Only four regional cities cost less than the state average to rent, according to Zumper.
Compiled data paints a grim picture.
Peninsula living peaks.
East Bay city up more than 30 percent for the decade.
It’s feast or famine in 2019.
It’s a short list—but a good one.
SF’s $3,690 median rent on a one-bedroom apartment is global peak.
Zumper reported its highest SF apartment rent median of all time, but other sources disagree.
For some reason renters in two of the country’s priciest cities think their rent is reasonable. Huh.
Supervisor Aaron Peskin’s plan would reserve shopping district spaces for retail.