SJSU Students Work To Convert Old School Bus Into Dwelling For HomelessAn old school bus was headed for the scrap heap, but a team of industrial tech students at San Jose State University are repurposing it into a tiny house for the homeless.
Candidates For California Governor Take On Housing CrisisSix leading candidates for California governor agreed Thursday that it's too hard to build new homes in California and offered wide ranging solutions to rein in exploding housing costs and rising homelessness.
6,000 Short-Term Rentals Disappear From San Francisco Almost OvernightA new law in San Francisco is cracking down on landlords turning homes into hotels during a housing crisis. Thousands of illegal listings on sites like Airbnb and FlipKey are already gone.
Bay Area Median Home Price Peaks At $787,000Home prices in the San Francisco Bay Area reached a new peak for the third time this year.
West Coast Housing Crisis Drives Up U.S. Homeless PopulationThe nation's homeless population increased this year for the first time since 2010, driven by a surge in the number of people living on the streets in West Coast cities.
Assisted Facility Closing Sends Seniors Scrambling For New HomesFor years, the Atria Chateau Gardens has been a peaceful oasis just outside the hustle and bustle of downtown San Jose.
San Jose Council Keeps 5% Increase For Rent-Controlled ApartmentsThe San Jose City Council voted 6-5 on Tuesday night to maintain the current 5 percent annual rent increase for apartments under the city’s Apartment Rent Ordinance without landlords being able to bank any unused percentage points to another year.
Tech, Housing Boom Creates Homeless Crisis On West CoastA homeless crisis of unprecedented proportions is rocking the West Coast, and its victims are being left behind by the very things that mark the region's success.
Wine Country Fire Victims Seek Housing In Tight, Pricey MarketThe most destructive wildfires in California's history killed 43 people and have left thousands of residents in the fire zone north of San Francisco scrambling for shelter.
Sonoma Supes Approve Ordinances To Help House Residents Displaced By WildfiresThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Tuesday afternoon unanimously adopted emergency ordinances geared toward providing immediate and emergency housing for residents displaced by the wildfires in the county this month.
Tough Housing Market Awaits Wine Country Wildfire VictimsThe many thousands who lost their houses, condos and apartments in those fires will have to find a new place to live in one of the toughest housing markets in the nation.
San Jose Mayor Seeks To Build 25,000 Homes By 2022The plan aims to complete, have under construction or have approved 25,000 more homes by 2022, 10,000 of which the mayor says will be affordable housing.

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