State rent relief is being fine-tuned. Is it enough?

In our latest podcast, we highlight some revisions to what has been thus far a lethargic and dysfunctional rental assistance program.

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San Francisco sends mixed signals when owners want to build ADUs

While the city touts the benefits of these pint-sized units, there is a proposal floating that common areas and other housing services cannot be a casualty. Can the city have it both ways?

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Like all Californians who have waited in excess of 15 months to mingle again, we have celebrated the grand reopening of the state, but this jubilee should be tempered with the fact that rental housing providers are in it for the long haul.

Our community remains in a suspended state of ambiguity on when eviction moratoriums will end. The state’s ban on evictions for nonpayment of rent is set to expire June 30 but if the pandemic has taught us anything, it is that moratoriums can be extended over and over again.

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As restrictions loosen and things open up, so do apartment and houses

After a confusing and ever-evolving set of rules related to apartment showings and open houses have been issued, we can finally get back to the business of showing apartments and houses, with some caveats.

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