Stories about Foreclosure

Can SF prevent 15 low-income renters from losing their homes?

The city gives breaks to tech companies and big developers; it must be possible to prevent military vets from getting evicted

Bayview tenants get eviction reprieve

Planning Commission delays action on demolition of rental housing units

15 tenants face unusual eviction in Bayview

City crackdown on illegal units could cost vulnerable veterans their homes

The story Ahsha Safai doesn’t tell in his campaign for supervisor

He's a real-estate speculator, house flipper, and gets almost half of his money from the real-estate industry -- so why is he getting progressive support?

San Francisco residents demand resources to address housing crisis

'Let's get in and march up there and tell the budget committee what we want done.'

The problem with Zuckerberg/Wells Fargo Hospital

Are we rewarding companies that do questionably ethical research and kick people out of their homes? Some workers think so

Another foreclosure in Bayview puts the focus on Fannie Mae

What is a federal housing-finance agency doing selling mortgages to Wall Street, when that means more foreclosures?

Bayview pastor faces eviction as community fights back

The foreclosure crisis continues as religious leader tries to save his home in Bayview

Duboce Triangle evictor responds to our story

Of human rights, fair play, and housing The man who is in charge of evicting a long-term tenant in Duboce Triangle got back to me...
48 Hills Streetopia

Dreaming of a new Streetopia

Groundbreaking 2012 arts festival -- which fought Lee's "art washed" gentrification plan -- is revisited with new book and two events, Thu/15 and Fri/16.  By...