espanol
Get Involved
Become a Member
About Us Campaigns/Issues Tenant Voices News Press Room Laws and Resources Donate




­­Subscribe to our tenant news RSS feed. ­ ­
Click here for our blog. ­

Renters Group Protests Eviction of Merced Member
by Thaddeus MillerMerced Sun-Star
September 29th, 2014
A Tenants Together member is facing eviction from his apartment in Merced after working to organize his building.

No Appetite for Rent Control among Council Candidates
by Daniel DeBoltMountain View Voice
September 29th, 2014
Candidates for City Council in Mountain View aren't interested in rent control, even though rents there are skyrocketing. TT Executive Director Dean Preston is interviewed for the article.

A California Dream: Not Having to Settle for Just One Bedroom
by Jennifer MedinaNew York Times
September 23rd, 2014
Tenants in Southern California are having to double up, as rents have increased substantially while rents have remained flat. One of the tenants interviewed for the article, Abel Ruiz, is a Tenants Together member.

New York City's Landlord Loan Program is a Mess, According to this Damning Audit
by Jon CampbellVillage Voice
September 23rd, 2014
A low-interest loan program to assist landlords of rent-controlled properties has been abused by landlords receiving the loans, who often take the money but fail to make the necessary repairs.

Rate of Americans Starting Own Households 'Disturbingly Low'
by Nick TimiraosWall Street Journal
September 22nd, 2014
Young people are forming new households at a very low rate, and those who do are sharing rental homes with roommates, rather than buying houses.

Rising Rents and Opposition to Building Spur Discussion of Rent Control in Marin
by Richard HalsteadMarin Independent Journal
September 21st, 2014
The town of Fairfax, where rents increases are displacing long-term residents, has discussed implementing rent control, as residents there are opposed to the construction of new affordable housing.

Divide Between Homeowners and Renters is Growing
by Tim LoganLos Angeles Times
September 18th, 2014
Homeowners have benefited from the recovery in housing prices, while tenants are faced with higher rents.

Still Not Sharing
by Emily DugaleSan Francisco Bay Guardian
September 16th, 2014
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors will discuss legislation to regulate Airbnb rentals in the City. In addition to limiting the number of days a unit could be rented, Airbnb rentals would be subject to the City's hotel tax.

Tenants Face Absurd Lawsuits as Low-Fault Evictions Increase
by Emily DugaleSan Francisco Bay Guardian
September 15th, 2014
San Francisco landlords are attempting to evict rent-controlled tenants for silly reasons, such as cooking late at night.

Mayor Lee's Small Sites Program Could Save Tenant's Home
by Andrew SzetoBeyond Chron
September 15th, 2014
A long-term San Francisco tenant's Ellis Act eviction has been rescinded, but the building is now for sale.

Asthmatic Tenant Evicted After 25 Years
Associated Press
September 14th, 2014
A New York public housing tenant is being evicted because her son, who did not live with her, was convicted of a drug crime.

Mentally Ill Tenants Served Notices of Eviction after Nonprofit Stops Paying Bills
by Greg B. SmithNew York Daily News
September 14th, 2014
Mentally ill tenants in New York are being evicted after the nonprofit that is supposed to pay their rent failed to do so. The nonprofit is funded by New York's Office of Mental Health.

Bed Bug Infestations on the Rise--Even in Clean Places
by Joe GoldeenStockton Record
September 13th, 2014
Bed bugs are difficult to eradicate, but landlords are responsible for doing so in California.

Audit Finds Flaws in State Affordable Housing Spending
by Patrick McGreevyLos Angeles Times
September 11th, 2014
The State Department of Housing and Community Development is overspending for affordable housing projects and using funds for projects that provide no affordable housing.

North Sacramento Woman, 4 Kids Face Eviction in Rent Dispute Due to Rodent Problem
by Phillip ReeseSacramento Bee
September 11th, 2014
The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) is trying to evict a tenant who is withholding rent because of a rodent infestation.

Alameda: Council to Consider Forming Rent Task Force
by Peter HegartyContra Costa Times
September 10th, 2014
The Alameda City Council will consider the formation of a task force to look at the increasingly high rents there.

North Beach Tenants Find Strength and Friendship as They Fight to Keep Their Homes
by Melanie YoungKALW
September 10th, 2014
North Beach tenants being threatened with eviction have banded together to support one another in fighting for their homes.

Santa Monica Affordable Units Protected Under State Law, Court Says
by Daniel LariosSanta Monica Lookout
September 9th, 2014
Santa Monica can enforce contracts that were entered into prior to 1996, that require landlords to maintain some units as permanent low-income housing.

Landlord Trying to Swap Renters for 'Rich, White Tenants': Suit
by Selim AlgarNew York Post
September 9th, 2014
Section 8 tenants are accusing their landlord of evicting them to gentrify the Brooklyn building in which they live.

More SF Landlords Evicting Tenants Without any Evidence, According to New Housing Report
CBS San Francisco
September 5th, 2014
San Francisco landlords are trying to evict their tenants for reasons ranging from silly to illegal. One faced eviction for cooking late at night, while another faced eviction for having a service animal. Disabled tenants are allowed to have service animals, and it is illegal for landlords to evict disabled tenants for have service animals.

Displaying 1-20 of 2514  
Next >> 
Last Page » 
« Show Complete List » 

Regions Directory Your Story