"Priced Out" Lead Illustrator Fred Noland: "Normally this process is split among a team of 5 to 10 people"
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"The marketplace needs counterbalancing" through a rent freeze says esteemed affordable housing architect
SRO buildings are being targeted for conversion from low-income housing to luxury dorms. SRO Resident Leaders and Senior & Disability Action are organizing residents to identify when these illegal conversions are happening in their buildings.
Tenant advocates publish report on impacts of state law limiting rent control throughout California
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Local initiative aiming to end homelessness in San Francisco submits triple the needed signatures to qualify for November election.
Four Filipino-American families, including a 4-year-old girl and a 92-year-old grandmother, are being evicted from their homes in the South of Market neighborhood in San Francisco.