Newsom said the website was launched in relation to a housing relief bill he signed Monday which halts evictions and foreclosures until February 2021.
The 1,688 square-foot cottage comes with 2 acres, including a private 170-foot beach with a private pier.
While living in California often comes with a hefty price tag, a new study revealed the most affordable cities to live in the Golden State.
Other speakers said they fear the streets of a nearby housing tract would become clogged with parked cars owned by apartment residents or visitors.
California will resume eviction and foreclosure proceedings on Sept. 2, stoking fears of a wave of evictions during the coronavirus pandemic unless the governor and state Legislature can agree on a proposal to extend protections into 2021.
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors Tuesday will vote on a proposal to extend the South Bay's current eviction moratorium by one month. The ordinance was set to expire at the end of August.
A San Francisco judge on Monday denied a legal challenge brought on by property owners looking to block a new San Francisco law prohibiting landlords from evicting or imposing late fees on tenants who can't pay because of COVID-19.
Statewide emergency protections for renters, intended to prevent evictions during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, are expected to end Aug. 14.
Maura Horton, Chief Community Officer of Juniper, talks with KTVU's Gasia Mikaelian about the Kaiser Family Foundation study on keeping multi-generational families safe during the coronavirus pandemic. Horton discusses how exposures can include both the elderly and the very young.
The Marin County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday extended a county eviction moratorium for the fourth time for residents economically suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The country may be on the precipice of seeing the largest homeless population in the entire American experience.
The city of Pittsburg will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Monday for a mixed-use development near the Pittsburg BART station, city officials said Friday.
A new report predicts an "eviction time bomb" in Silicon Valley when some renter protections expire at the end of next month.
As of Wednesday, the county had recorded a total of 4,375 COVID-19 cases and 88 deaths, with the seven-day average hitting 146 infections, according to Contra Costa Health Services.
California Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Tuesday that authorizes local governments to halt evictions of renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic through September 30.
A new report suggests more homeowners are looking to relocate from major Bay Area cities and other metropolitan areas in part due to the pandemic.
The Mandela Station Transit Oriented Development will have 762 housing units, 30 percent of which will be designated as affordable, 50,000 square feet of retail space, 300,000 square feet of office space and various amenities such as wider sidewalks and more crosswalks for pedestrians.
That moratorium is set to expire May 31; the supervisors are scheduled to vote Tuesday whether to extend the moratorium until June 30.
The company operates the largest property management company in San Francisco.
The county's moratorium currently ends at the end of the month but allows the board to extend or shorten its duration depending on the state of the pandemic.