After signing up for a program to make their homes energy efficient for no money down, Susie Steimle says elderly homeowners are dealing with liens and deceptive contractors.

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Lawsuit: Elderly Homeowners Were Duped Into Signing Up For PACE Home Improvement ProgramAfter signing up for a program to make their homes energy efficient for no money down, Susie Steimle says elderly homeowners are dealing with liens and deceptive contractors.
Historic San Francisco Victorian Home's Sunday Jaunt Amazes OnlookersAfter almost 140 years at 807 Franklin St. in San Francisco, a two-story Victorian house has a new address. John Ramos reports. (2-21-21)
Below Market Rate Rent Discrepancies Widespread in SF Housing MarketIn a previous report, KPIX found that some affordable units in San Francisco have become more expensive than market-rate units. Susie Steimle found the problem goes deeper than originally thought. (2-19-21)
Burned House in Fremont Becomes Illegal Dump SiteA house destroyed by fire in Fremont's Centerville neighborhood has now become an illegal dump site and the community is outraged. Juliette Goodrich reports. (2-15-21)
Battle Brews Over Homeless Camp Eviction Order in SausalitoHomeless occupants of an encampment behind Dunphy Park in Sausalito are resisting a looming eviction order. Don Ford reports. (2-15-21)
Santa Clara County Unveils Tiny Homes To House People Who Are HomelessSanta Clara County has created dozens of tiny homes to help house homeless people. Kiet Do shows us how the county hopes to scale up the project.
Google Unveils Mountain View Development PlansGoogle is revealing its plans for a big development in Mountain View that includes affordable housing. Allen Martin reports. (2-4-21)
Project Home: Proposed Tax On Large Corporations Seeks To Address California Homelessness CrisisA proposal introduced in California's legislature seeks to address California's worsening homelessness crisis by taxing large corporations. Susie Steimle reports. (1/13/21)
Local Documentary Filmmaker Tackles Homelessness in New Streaming SeriesDon Hardy, an East Bay filmmaker, is tackling a timely topic of particular concern to Northern Californians: homelessness. Susie Steimle reports. (1-7-21)
Bay Area Housing Prices Confound Dire Forecasts of Pandemic CollapseThe coronavirus pandemic is having an odd side effect on the Bay Area real estate market. Da Lin examines the upward trend that few saw coming. (12-26-20)
Project Home: 'Big Wave' Community To House Special Needs Adults In Half Moon Bay After Decades-Long BattleAfter two decades of public pushback, a community for developmentally disabled adults is finally being built in Half Moon Bay. Susie Steimle reports. (12/16/20)
Project Home: Small Bay Area Landlords Warn Of Evictions Without Federal HelpSmall landlords said they’ve reached a breaking point. Susie Steimle reports. (12/9/20)
Bay Area Renters Fear Looming End of Evictions MoratoriumCalifornia's moratorium on evictions is scheduled to end at the end of January. A bill has been introduced that would extend it for another year. John Ramos reports. (12-7-20)
Project Home: San Francisco Passes 'Long Overdue' Ordinance Requiring Landlords To Report VacanciesSan Francisco supervisors unanimously approved a measure that will help the city track how many apartment units are sitting empty. Susie Steimle reports. (12/2/20)
With Vacancy Rates High Bay Area Rent Prices PlummetingRent prices across the Bay Area are plummeting. They are down nearly 24 percent in one city. Betty Yu shows us what we can get for our money now.
Study: Marin County Home To Many Of Most Segregated Cities In Bay AreaA study out of the University of California at Berkeley, reveals that 6 of the 10 most segregated cities in the Bay Area are in Marin County. John Ramos explains.
Project Home: Neighbors Of San Francisco Shelter-In-Place Hotels Complain Of Increased CrimeThe city program directing $10 million a month to house homeless people in hotels is leading to increased crime in the form of shootings and break-ins, according to neighbors. Susie Steimle reports. (11/11/20)
Project Home: Neighbors Of San Francisco Shelter-In-Place Hotels Complain Of Increased CrimeThe city program directing $10 million a month to house homeless people in hotels is leading to increased crime in the form of shootings and break-ins, according to neighbors. Susie Steimle reports. (11/11/20)
Record-Setting $20 Million Home For Sale In SFA rare home in an iconic neighborhood just hit the market in San Francisco for a record-setting $20 million.
Economists Say Low-Income Renters Are Experiencing a 'She-Cession'High housing costs in the Bay Area plus a lack of child care are forcing low-income moms to make tough choices. Susie Steimle reports. (10-29-20)
Antioch's Measure T Aims To Stop Residential DevelopmentYes On Measure T in Antioch aims to slow residential development in Antioch. Wilson Walker explains both sides of the issue.
SF's Red Victorian At Center Of Housing Dispute With BIPOC Trans ArtistsSan Francisco's Red Victorian is at the center of a housing dispute between the BIPOC trans artists who live there, and a non-profit that wants them to to move. Susie Steimle talked to both sides.
Seniors At San Francisco’s Midtown Park Apartments Prevail In Longest Standing Rent Strike Against CityThe longest-running rent strike in San Francisco has come to a close, as tenants at the Midtown Park Apartments won their battle against the city. Susie Steimle reports. (10/14/20)
City Home Sales Surge Even as San Francisco Exodus ContinuesThere have been many reports of people fleeing the city during the pandemic but new numbers show the flip side of the exodus. In fact, San Francisco has seen something of a real estate buying frenzy lately. Kenny Choi reports. (10-9-20)

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