Pending Ordinance To Cap San Jose Rent Triggers Wave Of Rent IncreasesSan Jose has approved a 5 percent cap on rent hikes to take effect in the fall, but that delay may be having unintended consequences.
Median Price Of Marin County Home Pushed Over $1MThe housing prices in Marin County keep heading north, while the inventory of homes keeps going south.
Proposed Deal Would Allow 99-Year-Old Woman To Remain In Lower Haight ApartmentA 99-year-old woman faced with eviction from her Lower Haight apartment in San Francisco could remain in her home under a tentative deal reached in court Tuesday, but demands for attorney's fees and an apology remain sticking points.
Home Prices Begin To Cool In San FranciscoYou still can't buy a mansion in Pacific Heights for $100,000, but the feeding frenzy pushing prices higher may be calming down a bit.
Waiting Just Weeks Could Net Bay Area Home Sellers Thousands ExtraTiming can make all the difference in the housing market, and real estate agents say waiting just a few weeks to put a house on the market can make sellers a lot more money.
SF-Style Rent Control Spreads Across Bay AreaTenant demand for protections is shifting to the suburbs in the Bay Area as priced-out workers flee to bedroom communities in search of cheaper dwellings.
Higher Power: San Jose Looks To Churches For Housing Homeless VetsIn the struggle to end homelessness, the City of San Jose is calling on a higher power. Church leaders, along with the mayor and advocacy groups, came together to kick off an initiative called “Housing One Hero.”
Starter Home Inventory Down 40 Percent Since 2012Getting started in the housing market is harder than ever for many Americans, wherever they try to buy, and new data shows that starter home inventory is down significantly over the past few years.
$250K Per Year Salary Could Qualify For Subsidized Housing Under New Palo Alto ProposalThe Palo Alto City Council has voted to study a housing plan that would essentially subsidize new housing for what qualifies as middle-class nowadays, families making between $150 to $250,000 a year.
Eviction Protection For Teachers, Caregivers Gets Thumbs Up From San Francisco Board Of SupervisorsLegislation that would give San Francisco school employees, child caregivers and families new eviction protections during the school year received unanimous support from a Board of Supervisors committee Monday.
Empty San Jose Hotel To Be Renovated For HomelessDozens of units are expected to be available by the end of the year at an empty downtown San Jose hotel that will be renovated for the homeless.
Study: Bay Area Can't Keep Up With Job, Income Growth In Silicon ValleyMore jobs and more money may sound like the formula for a successful economy, but in the case of Silicon Valley, there are so many jobs and so much money the Bay Area can't keep up.

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