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Average Tenant Buyout Was $45K in San Francisco Last Year

Average Tenant Buyout Was $45K in San Francisco Last Year

With a moratorium on evictions having been in place for most of last year, landlords in San Francisco inked a total of 333 legally recorded tenant buyout agreements, which was down from 365 inked agreements in 2019 and included a few deals which had been in the works since... Read More »

Eviction Moratorium Extended, Assistance Program Funded

The emergency bill to extend eviction protections for residential tenants affected by COVID-19 throughout California, which were slated to expire on January 31, 2021, has been inked by Governor Newsom. The amended COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act (SB-91) prohibits a landlord from evicting a residential tenant for non-payment of rent... Read More »

Small Business Eviction Can Kicked Down the Road

With Governor Gavin Newsom having inked an extension of Executive Order N-28-20 last week, which will allow local jurisdictions in California to continue banning the eviction of commercial tenants impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic through March 31 of next year (2021), Mayor London Breed has just authorized a modified... Read More »

Wave of Small Business Evictions on the Horizon

Wave of Small Business Evictions on the Horizon

Governed by state law, local governments normally can’t exert control over commercial leases. But having been enabled by an Executive Order issued by Governor Newsom back in March (N-28-20), and then extended in June, San Francisco was able to enact an eviction moratorium for small and medium-sized businesses (defined... Read More »

Moratorium on Pandemic Related Evictions Extended Again

Moratorium on Pandemic Related Evictions Extended Again

As we outlined in June: The temporary moratorium on the eviction of tenants in San Francisco for the non-payment of rent from April through July, if formally documented as being due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has effectively been made permanent by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors. While the ordinance... Read More »

Industry Group Appeals Tenant Protection Ordinance Ruling

Industry Group Appeals Tenant Protection Ordinance Ruling

Having been denied by a San Francisco Superior Court Judge last week, the San Francisco Apartment Association, San Francisco Association of Realtors, Coalition for Better Housing, and Small Property Owners of San Francisco Institute have just filed an appeal of the judge’s ruling that upheld San Francisco’s COVID-19 Tenant... Read More »

Moratorium on Pandemic Related Evictions Extended

Moratorium on Pandemic Related Evictions Extended

As we outlined last month: The temporary moratorium on the eviction of tenants in San Francisco for the non-payment of rent from April through July, if formally documented as being due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has effectively been made permanent by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors. While the ordinance... Read More »

Moratorium on Pandemic Related Evictions Made Permanent

The temporary moratorium on the eviction of tenants in San Francisco for the non-payment of rent from April through July, if formally documented as being due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has effectively been made permanent by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors. While the ordinance does not forgive any past... Read More »