Buyouts: almost always a bad idea

Has your landlord offered to pay you money for you to give up your rent-controlled…

Mission residents divided over new homeless navigation center

An April 24 town hall meeting left the Mission community flustered and divided over the…

News Briefs: Nov. 17-30, 2016

Mission housing development stopped by city San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors ruled unanimously Nov. 15…

The fight for affordable housing continues after Brown veto

Assembly Bill 35, which would have the state’s housing crisis, was vetoed by Jerry Brown, but advocates aren’t giving up so easily.

New law will help better inform tenants

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed legislation on Oct. 21 establishing ground rules for a controversial practice known as buyouts, in which landlords offer tenants money to vacate their units.