Resources On the Internet
While not an exhaustive list, many of the links below provide self-help and information regarding many landlord/tenant issues.
Nolo Press online legal encyclopedia for Landlords & Tenants. This information is written for consumers, not lawyers.
Project Sentinel, a nonprofit organization serving Northern California with consumer education projects, a free mediation service for landlords and tenants, and authority to investigate reports of housing discrimination.
San Francisco Tenants Union. Find out what is happening on the other side of the bay.
Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco. All San Francisco information.
The Tenants Resource Directory is a project of The Tenants Union, an organization that fights for the rights of renters in Washington State. This Web site may help you find a tenant group in your area.
Check developments in low-income housing projects, rent control and Section 8 throughout California. The California Housing Law Project is an advocacy organization that lobbies in the California State Legislature for affordable housing and tenants rights for low income people, the disabled, elderly, homeless and farm workers.
The Tenants Legal Center of San Diego. Good tenant resource, especially helpful if Southern California.
Tenant Net is geared to New York, but you may find some useful information here. Important: City of Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board information on this site may not be current.
www.rentlaw.com This site was built by a New Jersey landlord and former tenant.
The Legal Information Institute's Landlord Tenant Law Materials site. Sponsored by Cornell Law School.
Inman News Features is a real estate news service and syndicate based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Northern California Land Trust (NCLT) creating opportunities for permanently affordable home ownership.
CalPIRG (California Public Interest Research Group)
Landlord/Tenant Local Resources