California Program To House Homeless People In Trailers Gets Mixed ResultsThe state announced back in January that it would donate the trailers, that are usually on standby for emergencies, to help house the homeless. Susie Steimle reports the program is getting mixed results.
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. Susie Steimle reports. (7-23-20)
Short-Term Rental Company Suing San Francisco To Get Out Of LeaseA short-term rental company is suing to break its lease on Market Street in San Francisco. Susie Steimle found out the company is blaming the city for lost revenue during the pandemic.
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. Susie Steimle reports. (7-16-20)
Luxury Homes Sales Rebound As Buyers Look For Havens To Work-From-HomeNo longer limited to city life, home buyers working from home during the pandemic are reshaping the Bay area real estate market. Susie Steimle reports sales of luxury homes in places like Sonoma have hit a record high.
Deaths Of Homeless People In Santa Clara County Quadruples Since 2000The number of homeless people dying each year in Santa Clara County has quadrupled over the last 2 decades. Susie Steimle has more on this startling statistic.
Racist Housing Policies Of Past Keep Black Families From Building Generational WealthProject Home looks at how racist policies of the past still affect Black families in the Bay Area. Susie Steimle shows us one woman's struggle to stay safely housed.
San Francisco Sunset District Residents Fight Proposed Housing DevelopmentAs San Francisco struggles with housing, developers are eyeing Western neighborhoods as the new frontier. As Susie Steimle reports, residents in the Sunset District are putting up a fight.
Project Home: Soaring Home Prices, Systemic Discrimination Drive Resegregation In Bay Area CommunitiesSoaring Home Prices, Systemic Discrimination Drive Resegregation In Bay Area Communities
Pandemic Triple-Whammy Nearly Costs South Bay Health Worker Her HomeThroughout the pandemic, we've seen health care workers protest a lack of PPE. millions file for unemployment and heard from families who worry they might lose their home. One South Bay woman suffered all three of these hardships. Susie Steimle reports. (6-8-20)
San Francisco Weighs Permanent COVID-19 Eviction ProtectionsSusie Steimle reports on San Francisco supervisor pushing to make COVID-19 eviction protections permanent (6-1-2020)
PROJECT HOME: Future Uncertain For Tenants In Rent-Controlled Building On UC Berkeley CampusFuture Uncertain For Tenants In Rent-Controlled Building On UC Berkeley Campus
PROJECT HOME: Pandemic-Induced Rent Drops May Trigger Even Worse Affordability CrisisPandemic-Induced Rent Drops May Trigger Even Worse Affordability Crisis
PROJECT HOME: Coronavirus Pandemic Spawns Scams Surrounding Bay Area Apartment ListingsCoronavirus Pandemic Spawns Scams Surrounding Bay Area Apartment Listings
PROJECT HOME: Local Real Estate Market Feeling The Effects Of The Coronavirus Economic ImpactLocal Real Estate Market Feeling The Effects Of The Coronavirus Economic Impact
PROJECT HOME: San Francisco's Densely Populated Chinatown Struggles With Social DistancingSan Francisco's Densely Populated Chinatown Struggles With Social Distancing
Homeless Pregnant Mother Receives Help From NonprofitWhen KPIX first met Erin Finafrock in November of 2019, she was homeless, pregnant and sleeping in a tent in Oakland. Soon after, a nonprofit intervened and helped her get off the street, just in time for the surprise of her life. Susie Steimle reports. (4-13-2020)
Shelter-In-Place, Social Distancing Elusive For Thousands Of Bay Area Homeless During Coronavirus PandemicOn week four of a shelter-in-place order, tens of thousands of unhoused people in the Bay Area are still unable to do so. Susie Steimle reports. (4-6-2020)
California Homeowners Wonder How To Pay Mortgage As Renters Withhold Payments Amid Coronavirus ShelteringMore than one million Californians have already filed for unemployment amid the coronavirus shelter-in-place order. That massive loss of income has many wondering how to pay bills that are due next week. Susie Steimle reports. (3-30-2020)
San Francisco Supervisor Personally Funds Hotel Rooms For Homeless During Shelter-In-Place20 hotel rooms at the Oasis Hotel are no longer sitting vacant during the coronavirus pandemic after dozens of homeless families officially moved in. Susie Steimle reports. (3-24-2020)
Evictions, Utility Shutoffs Continue In California During Coronavirus OutbreakLast week, the Bay Area received an order to shelter-in-place in the comfort of our own homes, which for many has been rather uncomfortable, especially if you’re now worried about how to pay for where you’re supposed to stay put. Susie Steimle reports. (3-23-2020)
Caltrans To Pay $1.3M To Homeless Who Lost Belongings In 'Bag And Tag' CleanupsIn a first of its kind settlement, Caltrans has agreed to pay $1.3 million to homeless residents who lost their belongings during encampment cleanup operations. Susie Steimle reports. (3-16-2020)
Elderly Residents of San Pablo Seniors Facility Face Eviction During Coronavirus CrisisMore than a dozen elderly residents of a San Pablo senior living facility are being evicted, hurled into a brutal Bay Area housing market at the height of the coronavirus outbreak. Susie Steimle reports. (3-12-20)
Nonprofits Worry Coronavirus Will Exacerbate The Housing CrisisWhen a novel coronavirus outbreak threatens to shut down schools in the Bay Area, it places even more pressure on those who are barely making ends meet. Susie Steimle reports. (3-9-2020)