The city’s ‘Right to Organize’ ordinance requires landlords to recognize tenant associations in their buildings.
Documentarian Giorgio Angelini explores the shaky foundation of America’s housing industry.
The acclaimed op-ed contributing writer to the N.Y. Times and L.A. Times examines the past, present and future of racialized housing policy.
Advocates propose expanded access to attorneys as a way to keep tenants in their homes.
Tenants in Los Angeles and San Francisco claim they are being targeted by their corporate landlord.
More than 1,300 county residents who lacked housing died last year.
Tenants impacted by the pandemic still face mounting debt and possible eviction in the new year.
Are COVID deaths going unreported? Or has living on the street become more dangerous?
As eviction bans lift and temporary housing provisions end, what happens to those who can’t afford rent?
There are signs that another foreclosure crisis may be looming in this swing state.
Co-published by Fast Company
As cities struggle to rein in the short-term rental service, a detente in San Francisco may show the way.
Co-published by Splinter
Research shows that corporate landlords are contributing to a rise in housing prices.
The City Council is considering a ‘right to counsel’ program that could help curb evictions and homelessness.
Pets can provide an invaluable source of companionship, comfort and security. That’s especially true for those without stable housing.