The city’s ‘Right to Organize’ ordinance requires landlords to recognize tenant associations in their buildings.
The promising new tool in the fight to preserve affordable housing: a coalition of tenant unions.
Tenants in Los Angeles and San Francisco claim they are being targeted by their corporate landlord.
During the pandemic, legal safeguards were created to help unemployed renters. But some families can still fall through the cracks.
Has a Montgomery Street company arrived in Southern California to flip rent-controlled apartments into market rate units?
A Bay Area rent strike could be a harbinger of tenant unrest as California prepares for an eviction tsunami triggered by the pandemic.
But a county ordinance kicks in too late to help others.
Taylor Equities’ purchase of a 36-unit building was followed by renter complaints of harassment and disruptive construction. Then came the eviction notices.
The City Council is considering a ‘right to counsel’ program that could help curb evictions and homelessness.
Today we continue our look back at 2017 through Capital & Main’s photos and stories.
Christian and her neighbors who live on a gentrifying block near the University of Southern California have formed an association to fight their eviction, hoping there is power in numbers.
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California’s red-hot housing market has made renters vulnerable to rapidly increasing rents that they struggle to pay, or to evictions implemented by landlords who want to raise the rent on new tenants.