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What are Tenants’ Rights in Illegal Units?
Illegal Units

What are Tenants’ Rights in Illegal Units?

In San Francisco there are thousands of apartments that are illegal. An illegal unit is a residential unit that is ... Continue Reading

Moving Roommates and Romantic Partners into Your Rent-Controlled San Francisco Apartment
Roommates

Moving Roommates and Romantic Partners into Your Rent-Controlled San Francisco Apartment

For most couples, deciding to move in together is a big step in their relationship. But for love birds living ... Continue Reading

The Importance of Communicating with Your Landlord in WRITING
Habitability Defects

The Importance of Communicating with Your Landlord in WRITING

Every tenant inevitably has things come up during their tenancy that require them to contact their landlord. Whether your landlord ... Continue Reading

What Tenants Should Know as Oakland’s Eviction Moratorium Ends
Evictions

What Tenants Should Know as Oakland’s Eviction Moratorium Ends

In May 2023, the Oakland City Council approved an ordinance ending the city’s eviction moratorium, which was put in place ... Continue Reading

Rats in Your Apartment? Tips on Getting Help from Your Landlord
Habitability Defects

Rats in Your Apartment? Tips on Getting Help from Your Landlord

It often starts with a subtle gnawing and scratching sound coming from the walls or ceiling, but soon the noises ... Continue Reading

Tenants’ Rights During Construction Projects 
Habitability Defects

Tenants’ Rights During Construction Projects 

If you spend time walking, riding, or driving through San Francisco’s busy streets, you know construction is always ongoing in ... Continue Reading

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