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Deep court cuts favor landlords over tenants
by Steven T. JonesSan Francisco Bay Guardian
July 19th, 2011
Changes to the SF civil court system will affect renters.

Foreclosures on apartment buildings surge reducing living conditions for tenants
by Izabela Rutkowski and Erin DurkinNew York Daily News
July 19th, 2011
New York tenants pay the price when apartment buildings go into foreclosure - even in the affluent neighborhoods. A new report says housing code violations surge 21% around the time a building is foreclosed.

Apartments are the development du jour among builders
by Roger VincentLos Angeles Times
July 17th, 2011
The weak economy and housing market crash have aided apartment landlords, analysts say, and the slow recovery is expected to help prop up the popularity of apartment living in the years ahead.

Affordable housing program brings a Santa Monican home
by Ashley ArchibaldSanta Monica Daily Press
July 16th, 2011
Barbara Rodriguez returns to her apartment, three and a half years after being Ellis-ed out of it.

Solar: Now for renters, too
by Ucilia WangGigaOM
July 15th, 2011
Tenants now have access to virtual net metering, which allows renters to get credits on their utility bills for the electricity produced by a communal solar system on their complex.

OCEANSIDE: Petitions to repeal rent decontrol qualify for ballot
by Ray HuardNorth County Times
July 15th, 2011
The recently passed rent decontrol measure will go before voters if the council does not repeal it first.

D.C. needs to enforce housing discrimination law, report says
by Patricia SullivanThe Washington Post
July 14th, 2011
After years of education and outreach, landlords continue to refuse to rent to African Americans, and builders are erecting apartments that are not accessible to the disabled, says a report compiled by a civil rights commission advisory committee.

Tenderloin Unites to Take Back Lower Turk
by Jonathan NathanBeyondChron
July 14th, 2011
Residents of a tough San Francisco neighborhood call for police to crack down on violence and drugs and make their home more livable.

Thousand Oaks revises rent control rules for mobile home parks
by Teresa RochesterVentura County Star
July 13th, 2011
Residents and park owners contribute to the agreement process, but low-income seniors from Ranch Mobile Home Park accuse the city of throwing them under the bus for the benefit of other parks.

North Minneapolis landlord allowed to keep rental license
by Tasnim ShammaMinneapolis Star Tribune
July 13th, 2011
A Minneapolis City Council panel overturned recommendations to revoke licenses for 12 rental units, which means 45 tenants can stay in their homes.

Parkmerced Tenants File Suit Against City Over Redevelopment Plan
by Dan McMenamin, Bay City NewsSF Appeal
July 12th, 2011
The move comes just days after housing advocates deliver 19,000 signatures to City Hall to put a referendum on the November ballot to repeal the Parkmerced redevelopment.

Cabrillo Estates residents hash out deal with owner: Agreement circumvents city's amended rent control ordinance
by Tovin LapanSanta Cruz Sentinel
July 12th, 2011
Residents of the Capitola mobile home park say the new agreement is simpler and more fair than the amended rent stabilization ordinance the city recently negotiated.

Oakland hotel owner pleads guilty in arson plot
by Associated PressSF Gate
July 12th, 2011
Federal investigators said Richard Earl Singer told an informant that he wanted the seven-story Hotel Menlo destroyed in order to get the maximum insurance payout.

San Francisco's Human Rights Commission Seeks To Designate Ex-Cons A Protected Class
by Aaron SankinSF Appeal
July 11th, 2011
Protection means that landlords would be prohibited from asking about conviction records on rental applications.

Condo conversion scheme strongly rejected
by WeHo News staffWeHo News
July 11th, 2011
West Hollywood City Council unanimously rejects a proposal to convert historical buildings to condominiums.

SoCal rent hikes trail U.S. average
by Jeff CollinsThe Orange County Register
July 11th, 2011
Rents are rising in Southern California, but not as much as they are increasing in the San Francisco Bay Area and the rest of the country.

Woman on the lam from tenant-scamming charges
by Henry K. LeeSF Gate
July 11th, 2011
The San Francisco woman who took thousands of dollars from more than a dozen would-be tenants is wanted for numerous charges of grand theft and obtaining money under false pretenses.

Landlord's loss leaves tenants in limbo
by Tasnim ShammaMinneapolis Star Tribune
July 10th, 2011
Forty-five north Minneapolis residents could be out on the street if the city revokes the landlord's rental licenses.

Foreclosure and Renters: Banks Break the Law
by Curtis BlackTruthout
July 9th, 2011
A new report from Lawyers Committee for Better Housing confirms that banks banks tend to ignore the rights guaranteed to renters in the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act.

Parkmerced could go on November ballot
by Will KaneSF Gate
July 8th, 2011
If 14,300 of the 19,000 signatures are deemed valid, San Francisco voters will decide whether the Board of Supervisors should have narrowly approved the $1.2 billion plan to demolish Parkmerced.

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