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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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UC Berkeley sophomore Lilly Sayenga is proud she found a rental unit in Berkeley, but said she wishes that for the price of nearly $2,400 a month, her faucet would remain attached to the sink.
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UC Berkeley sophomore Lilly Sayenga is proud she found a rental unit in Berkeley, but said she wishes that for the price of nearly $2,400 a month, her faucet would remain attached to the sink.
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Berkeley City Council discussed the adoption of a ballot measure Tuesday that would amend the Rent Stabilization and Eviction for Good Cause Ordinance.
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Berkeley City Council discussed the adoption of a ballot measure Tuesday that would amend the Rent Stabilization and Eviction for Good Cause Ordinance.
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A lot has changed in Berkeley’s housing landscape since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Housing prices have increased, while residents have had to adapt to ongoing policy changes.
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A lot has changed in Berkeley’s housing landscape since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Housing prices have increased, while residents have had to adapt to ongoing policy changes.
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About two million California residents were behind on rent payments in August, a UC Berkeley study by campus professor Carolina Reid estimated.
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About two million California residents were behind on rent payments in August, a UC Berkeley study by campus professor Carolina Reid estimated.
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board passed two policies Friday that would reduce disincentives for landlords to lower rent and respond to the state emergency.
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board passed two policies Friday that would reduce disincentives for landlords to lower rent and respond to the state emergency.
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board met virtually Thursday to discuss its 2020-21 fiscal year budget, ongoing Black Lives Matter protests and a possible influx of evictions.
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board met virtually Thursday to discuss its 2020-21 fiscal year budget, ongoing Black Lives Matter protests and a possible influx of evictions.
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Owner move-in evictions are on the rise in Berkeley, raising concerns about the availability of housing in an increasingly unaffordable market and questions of whether owners are using the eviction method properly.
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Owner move-in evictions are on the rise in Berkeley, raising concerns about the availability of housing in an increasingly unaffordable market and questions of whether owners are using the eviction method properly.
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“I don’t want to own rentals in Berkeley, I don’t want to own an office in Berkeley, and I don’t want to build in Berkeley, ever again,” Winkler said.
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“I don’t want to own rentals in Berkeley, I don’t want to own an office in Berkeley, and I don’t want to build in Berkeley, ever again,” Winkler said.
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