SF's hot housing market making lower-income residents an endangered species

San Francisco’s low housing inventory and plethora of willing wealthy buyers and renters have shot rental prices skyward, which is pushing some longtime renters in the city out when their landlords, who want to raise rents, exercise no-fault evictions. The number of no-fault evictions, where renters were either bought out or were pushed out because of rising rents, has more than doubled over the last year, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

Source: San Francisco Chronicle