Local Startup Helps Bay Area Teachers Buy HomesWhile lack of affordable housing is the number one reason many educators leave the Bay Area, one local startup is hoping to help with that problem.
Residents, Developers Spar Over West Side San Francisco Housing ProjectsThe Sunset and Richmond districts on the west side of San Francisco have become the new frontier for housing developers.
History Of Redlining, Predatory Lending, Systemic Racism Impacts Black Home Ownership In Bay AreaVanessa Bulnes says if you don’t think racism in housing still exists, just drive through her neighborhood.
San Jose Dismantles Trailer Park Built To House Elderly Homeless People During PandemicJust a month after its long-awaited opening, a makeshift trailer park for the homeless is being dismantled in the parking lot of the Happy Hollow Park and Zoo.
Project Home: Soaring Home Prices, Systemic Discrimination Drive Resegregation In Bay Area CommunitiesResearchers at UC Berkeley are mapping the increased resegregation of the housing market as large Bay Area cities become wealthier and whiter.
San Francisco Supervisors Renew Demands For Hotel Room For Homeless During COVID-19 OutbreakSeveral San Francisco Supervisors were once again voicing their displeasure with what they say is the city's slow pace in placing homeless people in hotel rooms amid the coronavirus pandemic.
State Senate Proposal Tackles Rents, Economic Recovery From CoronavirusThe government would cover rent payments for some low-income Californians impacted by the coronavirus under a proposal backed by state Senate leaders.
Coronavirus Update: Out Of Work Bay Area Residents Face Another Rent Due DateFriday is the first of the month, meaning rent is due for hundreds of thousands of people across the Bay Area.
Coronavirus Update: Die-In Outside San Francisco Mayor's Home Protests Lack Of Hotel Rooms For HomelessClad in black and holding red flowers, about 10 people laid on the street in front of San Francisco Mayor London Breed's home Thursday evening to call attention to the potential fate of the city's unhoused amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Concord Council Paves Way For 70 Townhomes After Denying Resident's AppealA 70-townhome residential project in northeastern Concord can move forward, with the Concord City Council's rejection of an appeal.
Concord Council Reconsiders Approval Of 70 New Townhomes After Resident Files AppealThe Concord City Council could pave the way for a 70-townhome residential project to move ahead, with consideration of an appeal of the local planning commission's recent approval of the project.