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Louis Hansen

Relief may not reach ailing Bay Area landlords, renters by deadline

Daisy Song scrimped and saved to make it through COVID as the pandemic shockwaves took away her...

Elite San Jose private school faces a public challenge — housing

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA – MAY 21: Jane Kenney, 84, sits on the front...

Luxury home sales soar even as COVID-19 takes toll on economy

The capacious Los Altos Hills estate commands a sweeping view of Silicon Valley. The infinity pool and...

What can save towns and cities left outside the economic boom?

Even as economic opportunities abound in the Bay Area and Los Angeles, troubled towns and cities far...

Economic shocks yet to strike Bay Area home prices

Bay Area home prices showed no sign of slowing down in March, as buyers rushed in to...

Landlords sue Alameda County over eviction ban

The state’s most powerful landlord group, the California Apartment Association, on Thursday sued Alameda County to end...

New California program could help first-time home buyers

Seeking to chip away at an ambitious goal of boosting home ownership in California, the state has...

Thousands of Bay Area renters could be in jeopardy amid new wave of aid denials

Da Vina Teasley paid the rent regularly at her Richmond home for two decades before COVID-19 hit.The...