$2800 in the Bay Area

It is no surprise that rental prices around the bay vary by city and neighborhood.  With the recent increase in median rental prices, it is important to understand that while people in Palo Alto are still paying more per month on average that those renting in San Francisco, they are paying less per square foot … Read more

Good News for SF Landlords

A previous ordinance requiring SF Landlords to pay for relocation fees to tenants that were evicted because Landlord decided to get out of rental business, was declared unconstitutional. That violates property rights, said U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer, because it requires owners to pay for conditions they didn’t cause — the skyrocketing prices of rental housing, … Read more

Oakland Council member Proposes “Tenant Protection Ordinance”

On Tuesday, September 30th, 2014, Oakland’s Community Economic Development Committee heard District 1 Council member Dan Kalb’s proposed “Tenant Protection Ordinance.” Ordinance is being proposed to help further protect tenants from harassment behavior by landlords. Click here to read more about the proposed ordinance. The City of Oakland follows strict rent control measures, measure EE, … Read more

Even Problem Complexes Can Be Turned around

We have had our share of problem apartment complexes in the past. Especially working in tough areas like North Richmond, and some parts of East Oakland. Sometimes you feel like you entered a hopeless situation, and there is no turning it around. With the right mindset anything thing is possible. The National Apartment Association found … Read more

2 Bedroom Near Downtown Berkeley

2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Apartment for rent near downtown Berkeley. Walking distance from all of Berkeley’s finest destinations, Campus and Downtown Bart. 2 bedroom apartment is spacious. Has nice kitchen set up with good appliances. Second floor with a private patio and comes with 1 car off street parking. Building also has laundry facility (coin-0p). … Read more