SFGate State Senate rejects bill to curtail SF Ellis Act evictions SFGate SB1182 would have required a San Francisco landlord to own a building for at least five years before they could evict tenants using the Ellis Act.
A new statewide law that will prevent Ellis Act evictions by flip-happy real estate speculators passed a judiciary committee vote 5-2 and is expected to be heard on the full Senate floor next week. Meanwhile, Mayor Lee won't sign payout legislation.
The California Apartment Association and CAA members who took part in Tuesday’s annual Legislative Conference helped gut a bill that would have stripped a landlord’s right to leave the rental housing business.
San Francisco to give evicted tenants preference in housing program Inquirer.net SAN FRANCISCO, California — Displaced tenants will now be given preference for the City's affordable housing programs. Mayor Edwin M.
San Francisco Landlords Threaten To Sue City Over Increased Ellis Act Fees CBS Local SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — A group of San Francisco landlords said they are preparing to file a lawsuit against the city after the Board of Supervisors voted on...
SFGate SF supervisors OK bigger Ellis Act payouts SFGate The legislation by Supervisor David Campos would require property owners who evict renters under the state Ellis Act to pay the difference between the tenant's current rent and what they...
Mission Local Ellis Act Reform Bill Killed For Real, Leno 'Profoundly Disappointed' SFist Leno had proposed a statewide revision to the Ellis Act, SB 1439, which would have made it impossible to invoke for buildings that had changed ownership...
After a comeback win in the State Senate, San Francisco’s Ellis Act reform bill (SB 1439) faces a critical June 18 vote in the Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee. It’s already proving a tough fight.
Senator Mark Leno's bill in the California legislature, which would have required building owners to own a building for at least five years before invoking the Ellis Act, failed by a margin of one vote on Wednesday.
“ Watch this depressing time-lapse visualization of Ellis Act evictions San Francisco Bay Guardian With a new time-lapse visualization of San Francisco Rent Board data spanning from 1997 to August of 2013, viewers can instantly grasp the cumulative...”
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