A Bay Area company that purchases foreclosed homes and then rents them out has said it is improving the way it responds to tenants complaints, after a renter said a rodent problem was not addressed for months.
Viviann Green was feeling grateful to get a small apartment for $2,300 a month. But right away she started noticing the problems, such as no heat and no hot water. But the worst problem was mice.
A local street gang is losing its headquarters in a Tenderloin apartment building where they have terrorized residents, as part of the legal settlement between the with the landlord and the city, according to officials on Tuesday.
A San Francisco landlord has been fined a record $800,000 for allowing tenants to live in squalor at his rental properties.
The longtime landlord has decided not to renew the lease for the facility, meaning it will close on April 15.
Landlord Najib Batshson is now looking at thousands of dollars in damages and the loss of rent after his house on Noriega Street was busted for housing an indoor pot growing operation.