Stories about Speculators

Protecting tenants from ‘renoviction’

Renters are getting pushed out of their long-term homes because city planners don't consider evictions in the permit process

Low-income housing units lost in Oakland, study shows

Anti-eviction Mapping Project shows how housing for poor people is being replaced with housing for tech workers

More housing. Higher prices. That’s what a new city report shows

The agenda: Mayor Ed Lee's legacy is reflected in part in a Planning Department report that shows the city is building lots of market-rate housing -- and prices are not coming down

No questions for Ed Lee? What has happened to the idea of robust debate?

The Agenda: Question Time has become a farce. Plus: Stopping evictions, SF politics 101, and fighting Trump's tax plan

Chiang wants to be governor, but is a bit vague on some key issues

State treasurer won't commit to repealing the Ellis Act or Costa-Hawkins, won't promise to support split-role property taxes, and wants to be the progressive who can 'balance a check book.'

Rich homeowners win one — but why is this even an issue?

Presido Terrace Association gets to keep its private, gated street. Why doesn't the city take what should be a public right-of-way?

Some differences start to emerge from D8 debate

Mostly polite discussion still points to where the candidates will take opposing paths

For seniors, eviction can be a death sentence

Elders are dying when they lose their homes. How can we stop it?

Performer pulls video promoting building cleared by eviction

Drag queen Carnie Asada rejects the role of promoting a building where the landlord tried to evict an 89-year-old

Video seeks to sell ‘fabulous’ units cleared by eviction

Building where 98-year-old faced Ellis Act eviction is now on the market -- as "fabulous" fully renovated condos -- in a video that shows the importance of checking the history of any property you buy, rent, or promote