The activist group which supported the occupation of a vacant home in Oakland by homeless mothers has reached an agreement with the property owner and the city of Oakland to purchase the property. (1/20/20)

Latest Videos

Raw Video: Moms 4 Housing Rress Conference On Agreement To Purchase Vacant HomeThe activist group which supported the occupation of a vacant home in Oakland by homeless mothers has reached an agreement with the property owner and the city of Oakland to purchase the property. (1/20/20)
Berkeley Development to Hold Lottery for Below-Market CondosSome much-needed new condominiums will soon be available for sale in Berkeley. Because of the city’s affordable housing mandate some of them will carry an amazingly low price. John Ramos reports. (1-16-20)
Supervisor Dean Preston Plans To Shake Up Housing Policy In San FranciscoJust when you thought San Francisco couldn't lean any further to the left politically, voters elected Dean Preston, a democratic socialist, to the Board of Supervisors. Susie Steimle reports. (1-15-2020)
Woman Says Sonoma Co. Gave Her Notice To Move Out Of House Bought For HomelessThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors voted to buy two homes to provide shelter for dozens of homeless. Andria Borba spoke to a Santa Rosa woman who says one of those homes was hers. (1-14-2020)
Oakland Launches Homelessness AuditAn audit of homelessness services looks to determine just how many encampments there are and if clearing them is the best use of public money. Susie Steimle reports. (1-13-2020)
'Moms 4 Housing' Supporters Gather Outside Oakland Home Ahead Of Potential EvictionSupporters of the group "Moms 4 Housing" gathered outside the Oakland home where the mothers have stayed for the last several weeks. The women and their families face eviction after a judge's ruling last week. Jackie Ward reports. (1/13/20)
Time Running Out for Homeless Camped Along Sonoma County Hiking TrailSonoma County will clear sprawling illegal encampments along the Joe Rodota Trail between Santa Rosa and Sebastopol by the end of January. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-10-20)
North Bay Plan Would Evict Renters to Buy Housing for HomelessSonoma County officials want to purchase million-dollar properties to house the homeless but the county would have to first evict the renters currently living in those units. Da Lin reports. (1-10-20)
The Hottest Housing Bill Explained: A Closer Look At SB50State Senator Scott Weiner’s controversial Senate Bill 50 been called the hottest housing bill of last year's legislative session and it will either live or die in the next three weeks. Susie Steimle reports. (1-8-2020)
Low Income Housing Advocates Speak Out Against SB 50A state bill meant to create more housing is getting pushback from some housing advocates. Susie Steimle reports on why they say SB50 will further marginalize low income residents.
New Push To Increase California Housing Supply Through Controversial BillSupporters of SB 50, which would force local cities to pave the way for more housing, are reintroducing the measure with some changes to garner more support. Anne Makovec reports. (1/7/20)
SB50: Supporters Of Housing Bill Relaunch CampaignSenate Bill 50, a bill that aims to increase housing production in areas close to transit, are relaunching their campaign to pass the bill on Tuesday. The bill, which was stalled in the legislature last year, is not without controversy. Katie Nielsen reports. (1/7/20)
Oakland Pride Loses Headquarters To GentrificationThe building that has been home to Oakland Pride's headquarters for almost 20 years has been sold and now the non-profit is being evicted. Betty Yu reports on the future the LGBTQ organization..
Experts Predict Cooling Bay Area Housing Market in 2020Despite somewhat dire predictions by Zillow about the future of the Bay Area housing market in 2020, several realtors say they see a slight slowdown rather than a crash in the coming year. Devin Fehely reports. (1-3-20)
Oakland 'Moms 4 Housing' Await Judge's Decision After Latest HearingAttorneys for the group "Moms 4 Housing" returned to court Monday as the women who have been living in a vacant Oakland home seek to stay. Jackie Ward reports. (12/30/19)
Moms4Housing Given 4 Days to Vacate Illegally-Occupied Oakland HouseThe Oakland moms illegally occupying a vacant home as a housing protest have been given another four days to make their case. Wilson Walker reports. (12-26-19)
Oakland 'Moms For Housing' Continue Court Battle To Stay In HomeA group of homeless mothers known as "Moms for Housing" are expected to appear in court Thursday as their fight to stay in a home continues. Jackie Ward reports. (12/26/19)
Support From Oakland Officials May Not Help Single Moms In Eviction FightA group of single moms and housing activists is due in court Thursday and is facing potential eviction from a vacant home in Oakland. Fresh support from Oakland city councilmembers may not help their cause. Wilson Walker reports. (12-24-2019)
White Oaks Earns Top Spot On Redfin's Most Competitive Neighborhoods For Homebuyers ListThe White Oaks neighborhood of San Carlos is listed number one on Redfin's list of the 20 most competitive neighborhoods in the country for homebuyers. Maria Medina reports. (12-23-2019)
$1.1M Los Gatos Home Hits Market For $274K As Part Of Housing ProgramA $1.1 million home in Los Gatos is raising some eyebrows after it hit the market for $274,000, and it's not a tear down. Kiet Do reports. (12-23-2019)
Solar Panels Will Soon Be Required For New Home Buyers In CaliforniaFor years now, many Californians have made the choice to add solar panels to their roofs to combat climate change and maybe save money in the process. But for new home buyers, that choice is about to become a requirement. John Ramos reports. (12-16-2019)
Retaining Walls Not Helping As Cliff Erosion Threatens Oceanfront Homes In North BayCliff erosion keeps threatening oceanfront homes in the North Bay. The water making up magnificent, million-dollar views is actually getting closer and retaining walls do not always help. Don Ford reports. (12-16-2019)
CoCo County Draws Would-Be Homeowners From Around Bay AreaAbout two-thirds of the homes in Contra Costa County are occupied by their owners, according to the latest U.S. Census Bureau data. One of the main reasons is affordability, relative to other Bay Area counties. Betty Yu reports. (12-13-19)
A Housing Solution Success Story: Nonprofits Buy Buildings To Prevent DisplacementIt’s a San Francisco success story: nonprofits are increasingly buying buildings citywide to prevent displacement of rent controlled tenants. Susie Steimle reports. (12-11-2019)

Search Video