Landlord, City Settle Lawsuit Over Illegal Housing In Excelsior LaundromatCity Attorney Dennis Herrera has reached a $620,000 settlement in a civil suit against a property owner and master tenant associated with substandard housing found in the basement of an Excelsior District laundromat.
Illegal San Francisco Bernal Heights Rental Linked To Terrifying ShootoutSan Francisco officials are suing a couple for allegedly turning their Bernal Heights home into an illegal hotel where a party was held by guests last year that ended in a wild shootout.
California Regulator OKs Solar Panels Mandate For New HomesCalifornia moved a step closer Wednesday to requiring solar panels on new homes and low-rise apartment buildings starting in 2020.
Oakland To House More Homeless With Tuff Shed Program ExpansionThe city of Oakland is expanding its Tuff Shed program for the homeless.
Real Estate Startups Streamline Sales, Cut Closing CostsWith Bay Area home sale prices routinely running to seven figures, sellers are looking to trim the commissions they pay realtors and a slew of Silicon Valley startups are vying to do just that.
Colma Facing Housing Problem -- Not For The Living, But The DeadA housing crisis is nothing new for cities in the Bay Area, but Colma has one that is truly unique.
People's Park Seen As Site For UC Berkeley Housing One of the main sites for Vietnam-era protests in the Bay Area may be turning into a site for much-needed housing.
Tahoe's Azure Splendor Leaves Low-Wage Workers BlueThe Lake Tahoe you see in the vacation ads is pristine Alpine grandeur but, for thousands of low-wage workers, that Tahoe is mostly a mirage.
Debate Between San Francisco Neighbors Illustrates City's Housing CrisisWhile everyone agrees there's a housing crisis in the Bay Area, not everyone wants to deal with having more neighbors.
Median Bay Area Housing Price Hits $820KHousing prices in the Bay Area jumped 14.7 percent from 2017 and hit a new peak of $820,000 in March 2018, according to data by housing research firm CoreLogic.
Home Prices Are On An Epic RunHome sellers are partying like it's 2006.
Debate Between San Francisco Neighbors Illustrates City's Housing CrisisWhile everyone agrees there's a housing crisis in the Bay Area, not everyone wants to deal with having more neighbors.

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