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Experian adds rental payment data to consumer credit files
by Becky YerakChicago Tribune
February 17th, 2011
RentBureau unit will provide data that could make it easier for college students, recent graduates, and immigrants to boost their credit scores.

Blaze the rent
by Faith MerinoSacramento News & Review
February 17th, 2011
Medical-cannabis-using tenants can be legally evicted, but most Sacramento landlords tend towards tolerance.

1,000 Stockton renters will get foreclosure warnings
by George WarrenNews 10 KXTV
February 17th, 2011
KXTV reports on TT's efforts to alert Stockton residents who are renting homes that may be in danger of going into foreclosure.

Steep Rent Increase Raises the Ire of Tenants of Nomad Village Mobile Home Park
by Sonia FernandezNoozhawk
February 17th, 2011
Mobile home park residents in Santa Barbara County contest a rent increase they believe violates the county's rent control ordinance.

Manufacturing Suburban Blight: How City Officials are Mischaracterizing Parkmerced to Justify its Demolition
by Dean PrestonBeyondChron
February 17th, 2011
TT's executive director calls out the San Francisco Planning Commission for violating its own rules in approving the questionable Parkmerced development project.

Monning bill lets cities recover costs of mobile home suits
by Jason HoppinMercury News
February 16th, 2011
Assemblymember Monning introduced a bill that allows governments to recover attorney's fees from mobilehome park owners who file unsuccessful challenges to local mobile home resident laws.

The Six Biggest Problems With The Mortgage Modification Process
by Olga KhazanNeon Tommy
February 16th, 2011
No. 3 explains how the foreclosure crisis is affecting renters: Banks evict tenants in a rental property when a landlord fails to pay the mortgage

New York Courts Vow Legal Aid in Housing
by David StreitfeldThe New York Times
February 16th, 2011
New York state rolls out a program to ensure that defendants in foreclosure cases have legal representation.

Dense in the west
by Rebecca BoweSan Francisco Bay Guardian
February 15th, 2011
The controversial Parkmerced redesign -- which TT opposes -- wins narrow San Francisco Planning Commission approval.

Real Estate Seer: Renting In, Mortgages & Foreclosures Out
by Peter G.
February 15th, 2011
Patrick Killelea says that in most cases, it's cheaper to borrow a house than to borrow the money to buy a house.

Sen. Kehoe introduces bill to allow renters to post political campaign signs
February 15th, 2011
The legislation is similar to the bill the state senator from San Diego introduced in 2006, and which former Gov. Schwarzenegger vetoed.

Bay Area meetings condemn foreclosures and evictions
by Judy GreenspanWorkers World
February 13th, 2011
Tenants and activists in San Francisco and Antioch are coordinating efforts for a moratorium against foreclosures and evictions.

Parkmerced project will stress transit
by Will KaneSan Francisco Chronicle
February 10th, 2011
Residents of the historical San Francisco district speak out against the ill-planned plan to add over 10,000 housing units to the neighborhood.

Parkmerced Residents Speak Out
February 10th, 2011
Tenants Together compiled the following video to counter allegations that "few residents" oppose the demolition of their homes.

Safe Family: Renters' Rights during foreclosure
by Ariel WeslerKSBY News
February 9th, 2011
Renter Sandra Pearson, caught deep in a foreclosure situation she did nothing to create, explains how California's statewide group for renter's rights, Tenants Together, helped her stay in her home.

Plans for Oakland's California Hotel to be discussed Thursday
by Angela WoodallOakland Tribune
February 9th, 2011
The East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation is in the early stages of a plan to purchase the California Hotel.

Will Planning Commission Ask Tough Questions About Parkmerced at Tomorrow’s Hearing?
by Dean PrestonBeyondChron
February 9th, 2011
If the San Francisco Planning Commission approves developer's plans for Parkmerced, they will be signing away the rights to supervise the project.

No Relief In Sight For Tenants In ‘Heat-Less’ Home
CBS News
February 9th, 2011
New York tenants try to cope with freezing temperatures when landlords turn off heat after sunset. Tenants left with little choice turn to dangerous alternatives to stay warm.

Supe Introduces Below Market Rent For Disaster Victims Proposal
by Dan McMenamin, Bay City NewsSFAppeal
February 8th, 2011
Scott Wiener says the victims of the recent fires in San Francisco's Castro district should not have to worry about where they will live.

Chronicle's Coverage of Parkmerced is Embarrassing
by Dean PrestonBeyondChron
February 8th, 2011
TT's executive director rebuts the San Francisco Chronicle's endorsement of the proposed Parkmerced project, which could eliminate 1,500 rent controlled units.

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