Bay Area Home Sales Suffer June SwoonBay Area home sales in June were the lowest for that month in 11 years, according to the latest data from CoreLogic.
Renters Face Federal Eviction From San Francisco's Former Iranian ConsulateThe federal government has filed a lawsuit against renters of a mansion at 3400 Washington Street in one of the richest neighborhoods in San Francisco.
SF Supes Vote To Place $600M Affordable Housing Bond On Nov. BallotThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday voted to place an affordable housing bond on the November ballot, city officials said.
WhatsApp Co-Founders Carve New Compounds By Buying Blocks Of Homes In Silicon ValleyTwo tech titans are carving out new compounds in Silicon Valley, gobbling up homes over entire blocks.
Stanford Offers Billions In Benefits To Santa Clara County In Campus Expansion TalksStanford's latest offer to Santa Clara County is a multi-billion dollar package of benefits to improve housing, traffic and local public schools as the university expands over the next 20 years.
Bay Area Churches Gift Surplus Land To Use For Affordable Housing, Homeless ServicesThe problems of homelessness and gentrification seem to be getting worse every day. But now, Bay Area churches are stepping up to offer a down-to-earth solution to the housing crisis.
Luxury Condo Market in San Francisco Still HotReal estate analysts say the condo market in the city by the bay is still wild. The current median condo sales price in San Francisco is $1.25 million.
Hundreds Of Santa Clara County Workers Protest As Supes Discuss $8B BudgetHundreds of Santa Clara county workers protested outside the county building Wednesday as supervisors continued finalizing a more than $8 billion budget for next year.
Residents Of Marin County Mobile Home Park Panicking Over Rent IncreasesTenants of a mobile home park in Marin County are panicking over rent increases that may cause some to lose their homes. It is a group of people who are especially vulnerable to the housing crisis.
Poll Shows Californians Rate Trump's Job Performance Above State Lawmakers'A surprising new poll shows more Californians approve of President Trump than the Democratic-controlled state legislature.
Worsening California Housing Crisis Stymies State LawmakersPolitical wrangling around bills to cap rent increases, set rules for evictions and cut red tape to build housing reveals big splits in the Legislature when it comes to one of the most pressing issues in California.