San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo joined members of the city council and the community to assemble 8-foot by 10-foot homeless shelters that will be part of the city's first-ever tiny home community. Devin Fehely reports. (8-17-19)

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Tiny-Home Developments in San Jose Offer Alternative to HomelessnessSan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo joined members of the city council and the community to assemble 8-foot by 10-foot homeless shelters that will be part of the city's first-ever tiny home community. Devin Fehely reports. (8-17-19)
Activists Say Oakland Building Boom Won't Help Housing CrisisA building boom is creating plenty of new housing in Oakland, but most of those units will not be affordable. Tenants' rights advocates are concerned about people being left behind. Christin Ayers reports. (8-12-2019)
Cupertino May Face State Lawsuit If Vallco Housing Doesn't Get BuiltThe fate of the long-delayed project to replace the old Vallco Shopping Mall in Cupertino with housing could reportedly leave the city facing a state lawsuit. (8/6/19)
Downtown San Jose Intersection Transforming Into Site For High-Rise Housing Amid ConcernsThe housing crisis has sent communities scrambling to increase their housing stock and now, developers are flocking to downtown San Jose where the activity at one intersection promises to transform the entire area. (8/5/19)
Vallejo Draws Would-Be Homeowners Looking for Affordable Bay Area HousingVallejo is one of the few places in the Bay Area where a buyer can shell out less than a half million dollars to own a home. Betty Yu reports. (8-2-19)
Online Map Shows Bay Area Neighborhoods at Risk for Sea Level RiseThe real estate site Zillow and have produced an interactive map that predicts where sea level rise will be in thirty years. Don Ford reports. (8-1-19)
Silicon Valley's Hottest Neighborhood for Foreign Buyers: Old Palo AltoThe Bay Area housing market is red hot. But one neighborhood in Silicon Valley is even hotter for one particular group of buyers - Old Palo Alto. Betty Yu reports. (7-30-2019)
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. Betty Yu reports (7-26-19)
Leading S.F. Landlord Accused of Gaming Rent Control LoopholeNew landlords in the city are allowed to pass on a whole laundry list of expenses to rent controlled tenants. Susie Steimle reports. (7-25-19)

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Danville Approves New Townhome Development Near I-680After years of planning, Danville has just approved a new townhome development and neighbors, predictably, have reservations about the impact on traffic and quality of life. Susie Steimle reports. (7-19-19)
San Francisco Mansion at Center of Eviction BattlePresidio Heights is one of the richest neighborhoods in San Francisco so it's unusual for someone to be evicted from a home there. Yet that is exactly what is happening at one mansion at 3400 Washington. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-18-19)
Gov. Newsom Visits Incoming Affordable Housing Complex In EmeryvilleWhat was once a vacant lot along San Pablo Avenue will soon be 87 brand new affordable housing units, thanks to state funding and a $4.5 million bond from the city of Emeryville. Jackie Ward reports. (7-2-2019)
WhatsApp Co-Founders Buy Out Blocks Of Homes In Silicon ValleyTwo tech titans from the same company are carving out new compounds in Silicon Valley, gobbling up homes over entire blocks. Wilson Walker reports. (7-1-2019)
Red-Hot Bay Area Housing Market Cools SlightlyThe Bay Area median home price fell almost 2 percent last month compared to a year ago to $860,000. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-27-19)
City of Oakland Sues LandlordsA prominent pair of Oakland landlords is accused of jeopardizing tenants' lives. The city has already red-tagged a few of their properties and the city attorney is now suing them. Da Lin reports. (6-27-19)
Stanford Offers Billions In Benefits To Santa Clara County In Campus Expansion TalksStanford University is offering billions of dollars to Santa Clara County to improve housing, traffic and local public schools. But in exchange, the university wants a clear path for its own expansion plans. Len Ramirez reports. (6-25-2019)
Oakland Launches Pilot Parking Program for People Living in RVsThe City of Oakland has launched a pilot project for safe overnight RV parking. Susie Steimle reports. (6-21-19)
Santa Cruz Teacher Housing Affordability Called Worst in NationSanta Cruz has been named the least affordable city in America for teachers. As Len Ramirez reports, it's a problem having to do with low teacher pay and sky high rents. (6-20-19)
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. John Ramos reports. (6-16-2019)
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. Betty Yu reports. (6-14-19)
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. John Ramos reports. (6-12-2019)
IPO Wealth Begins Showing Up in Rising Bay Area Home SalesThere is an increase in buyer activity across the Bay Area suggesting that IPO expectations are already showing up in the real estate market. Betty Yu reports. (5-30-19)
Crews Begin Clearing Homeless Tree House Dwellings in FremontThe occupants of 5 to 6 ramshackle tree houses built on private industrial park near Stevenson Boulevard and I-880 in Fremont are facing eviction. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-30-19)
New CA Bill Aims To Combat Housing Crisis By Creating Regional 'Housing Alliance'State lawmakers say the affordable housing crisis has become so severe that a piecemeal solution--allowing individual communities, cities and counties to decide how to tackle the problem--just won't work anymore. Devin Fehely reports. (5-26-2019)
Glassdoor Plans Move Into Downtown San FranciscoDespite a wave of tech companies abandoning San Francisco a heavy-hitter now headquartered in Marin County, is moving in. Susie Steimle reports. (5-24-19)
Santa Clara County Schools May Be On Hook For 49ers Tax RebateSanta Clara County schools are carefully monitoring a new lawsuit by the county against the 49ers, challenging a multi-million dollar, Levi's Stadium property tax rebate given to the team. Kiet Do reports if the 49ers prevail, schools will have to fork over most of the money. (5/21/19)
Talking Politics: Candidate Inflation / HousingHow many more Democrats will run for president? Also, housing in California becomes another "third rail" of local politics. Phil Matier, Melissa Caen and former S.F. mayor and assembly speaker Willie Brown discuss. (5-19-19)
At Issue: Housing and Homelessness in the Bay AreaKPIX 5's Phil Matier talks with California state senator Scott Wiener (D-S.F.) (5-19-19)
Oakland Tenants Prevail in 'Renoviction' LawsuitA group of tenants in Oakland lawyered up and now they're getting a settlement of $575,000 in a so-called "renoviction" case but neither side feels as though they've won. Susie Steimle reports. (5-17-19)

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