Bay Area Housing Squeeze Giving Rise To Backyard Granny Unit ConstructionThe newest solution in the struggle for affordable Bay Area housing may be found in your own backyard.
San Francisco's Below Market Rate Housing Is Out Of Reach For ManyBelow Market Rate units are hard to qualify for in San Francisco.
Tenants Complain S.F. Affordable Rental Program Lets Landlords Play FavoritesThere are numerous complaints about San Francisco's affordable rental program and they're coming from both tenants and landlords.
Tenants Complain S.F. Affordable Rental Program Lets Landlords Play FavoritesThere are numerous complaints about San Francisco's affordable rental program and they're coming from both tenants and landlords.
Bay Area Still Has Some Homes Listed For Under $500KBay Area area home prices are up almost 13 percent from a year ago, but we found some Bay Area cities where you can still buy a home for under $500k.
Redfin CEO Predicts Tech Exodus Out Of Silicon ValleyAs the tech boom continues to drive housing prices in Silicon Valley to even higher levels, the CEO of real estate company Redfin predicts a "mass migration" of tech companies from coastal cities to cheaper parts of the country.
Oakland City Workers Clear Huge Homeless EncampmentWith clean-up crews back on the job following a week-long strike by city workers, Oakland on Wednesday was cleaning out one of the city's biggest homeless encampments.
San Francisco Strikes Deal To Buy Troubled Haight-Ashbury McDonald's San Francisco has finalized a deal to buy the notorious McDonald's at the end of Haight Street with the plan of eventually building affordable housing on the land.
New Oakland Homeless Shelter Using Storage Sheds Set To OpenA dozen people will get a fresh start in a new home Monday as the city of Oakland welcomes the first group of homeless people to live in a vacant lot set up with storage sheds.
Facebook Continues Craigslist Takeover With Housing RentalsThe social network on Thursday announced that U.S. users can now search hundreds of thousands of housing rentals on its Marketplace section.
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.
2 New Studies Show Shrinking Supply of Affordable Bay Area HomesTwo studies released Friday show the number of homes for sale in the Bay Area for half a million dollars or less is falling.

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