A surge of evictions in Daly City has the city council considering emergency legislation. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-14-2019)

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Surge Of Evictions Prompts Daly City To Consider Emergency LegislationA surge of evictions in Daly City has the city council considering emergency legislation. Joe Vazquez reports. (10-14-2019)
Tiny Homes: A Movement Or A Solution To Homelessness?It’s a small but growing movement in the Bay Area: living tiny. Community leaders are increasingly deploying tiny homes to help the homeless. Susie Steimle reports. (10-14-2019)
High Home Prices Likely A Factor In Proposed South Bay School ClosuresLast week, Evergreen School District board members voted to potentially close or consolidate three schools. The district has been losing students at a steady pace for years and is facing some painful decisions. Kiet Do reports. (10-14-2019)
Landlords Might Have To Disclose Finances To Raise RentLandlords in San Francisco might soon have to disclose their finances to raise their tenants' rent after the Rent Board Commission considered new regulations Tuesday night. Susie Steimle reports. (10-9-2019)
Corporate Rentals Move Into San Francisco’s Rent Controlled BuildingsIt’s an $18 billion industry in the United States and San Francisco is at the center of it. Short-term rental laws that were designed to preserve the city’s existing housing stock back in 2015 spurred growth for yet another tech disruptor. Susie Steimle reports. (10-7-2019)
Heart Transplant Patient Worries Her Affordable Housing Is Compromising Her HealthA woman who has been fighting heart failure her entire life is trying to survive in affordable housing, which she worries is compromising her health. Susie Steimle reports. (10-2-2019)
Sue The Suburbs: One Nonprofit’s Plan To Solve The Housing CrisisCan we sue our way out of the housing crisis? A San Francisco nonprofit is trying to do exactly that. Susie Steimle reports. (9-30-2019)
Bay Area Real Estate Market Cools DownHome prices are down 2.4% in a year for the nine-county Bay Area, dropping the median price by about $20,000. Emily Turner reports. (9-27-19)
Gentrification Battle in East San Jose Takes ShapeA battle over gentrification in east San Jose is shaping up in the Alum Rock neighborhood -- one of the oldest and most ethnically-diverse parts of the city now increasingly a target for developers. Len Ramirez reports. (9-27-19)
Bay Area Home Sales Slip to 9-Year LowHome sales in the Bay Area have discovered a new direction -- down. Joe Vazquez reports. (9-26-19)
Popular, Long-Lived Deli Set to Close in Redwood CityWoodside Deli has been serving up subs for 61 years and is still bustling today. Now it has become the latest casualty of a ballooning Bay Area problem. Anne Makovec reports. (9-26-19)
Their Apartments Became Condos, Now They're Being EvictedTwo families in East Oakland are facing eviction because their rent-controlled apartments were turned into condos, or at least that’s what their landlord says happened. Susie Steimle reports. (9-25-2019)
Elderly And Low-Income Tenants Forced To Pay Landlord's MortgageElderly tenants living on a fixed income in San Francisco are paying the mortgage of the city’s largest landlord, and they say it’s getting to be too expensive. Susie Steimle reports. (9-23-2019)
Sunday ToPIX: Bay Area Housing / Gig EconomyKPIX 5's Phil Matier talks with Carl Guardino, president and CEO of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group. (9-22-19)
Affordable Housing Developer Makes Apartments Unaffordable For ManyTenants in Antioch and Hayward say an affordable housing developer is making their apartment complex unaffordable. Susie Steimle reports. (9-18-2019)
Marin County Votes To Buy, Give Coast Guard Townhomes To Pt. Reyes StationPoint Reyes Station residents are celebrating a victory against the housing crisis after Marin County voted to purchase Coast Guard land to give to the town. John Ramos reports. (9-18-2019)
South Bay Teachers Share Housing Struggle Stories At Santa Clara County Town HallSeveral South Bay teachers shared their stories of struggle during a Santa Clara County town hall meeting discussing how the housing crisis affects them Tuesday evening. Maria Medina reports. (9-17-2019)
Effects Of Housing Crisis, Homelessness Permeate State Of Living In The Bay AreaThe housing crisis has crept its way into every corner of life in California. Susie Steimle reports. (9-16-2019)
PROJECT HOME - Web Extra: San Francisco Mayor London BreedSan Francisco Mayor London Breed speaks to reporter Susie Steimle on the state of housing and homelessness in her city. (9/16/19)
PROJECT HOME - Web Extra: San Jose Mayor Sam LiccardoSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo speaks to reporter Susie Steimle on the state of housing and homelessness in his city. (9/16/19)
PROJECT HOME - Web Extra: Oakland Mayor Libby SchaafOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf speaks to reporter Susie Steimle on the state of housing and homelessness in her city. (9/16/19)
BART Looks to Relocate HQ in Pricey Downtown OaklandBART is looking to buy and they’re not looking far. 2150 Webster is right across the street from their current HQ and it was recently renovated top to bottom. Wilson Walker reports. (9-6-19)
Sunnyvale Mobile Home Park Sells for $237 MillionA mobile home park in Sunnyvale has been bought by a Chicago-based real estate company, in a deal that points to ongoing strength in Silicon Valley’s housing and job markets. Don Ford reports. (8-30-19)
Disability Activists Sue Oakland, Say They're Being Priced Out Of Accessible HomesWhile rent gets higher and higher in the Bay Area, some groups are feeling the effects more than others. Disability activists sued the city of Oakland Wednesday, saying they have no choice but to live in newer buildings with higher price tags. Juliette Goodrich reports. (8-28-2019)

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