The following is a partial list of the many news and information stories featuring the Tenants Legal Center. Our participation with such news stories and features is in furtherance of our community service goal of providing useful and important information to the public. Please be advised that these news stories discussed events and the state of the law at that date of publication and may have been applicable to certain jurisdictions only. Laws, politics and the economy are constantly changing. Therefore, what was relevant and applicable at the date of original publication may no longer apply at the present time.
CNBC "On the Money"
Renter's Rights after Foreclosure
Fox News 5
CW 6 News
Tips for Tenants
Foreclosures affect rentals
Fox News 6
Foreclosures affect rent
Checking Rent Prices
Rent vs Buy
Tips for Back To School Housing (text)
Tips for Back To School Housing
Renting a Foreclosed Home
Security Deposits in rentals
Deposit refunds after Foreclosure
Participation in Spanish speaking Phone Bank
KFMB Channel 8 TV
Renter Rights When Living In A Foreclosure Property
KUSI Channel 9/51 TV
Tenants' lease protected by law
Leases after foreclosure
Turko Files - Security Deposit
ABC Channel 10 TV
Pet restrictions in Apartment
Eviction during foreclosure (video) (print)
Tenant Evicted After Complaining About Crime
Landlord won't get rid of rodents
Renters Say Landlord Leaving Them In Dark
Tips For College Students Shopping For Rental Housing
Know Your Rights: Informing Homeowners
Is Your Water Bill Money Going Down The Drain?
Get Helpful Tips For San Diego Renters
KBNTCA Channel 17 Univision (Spanish)
Derechos del Inquilino
PRINTED AND ONLINE PUBLICATIONS
MSN Real Estate
If my landlord is annoying, can I get out of the lease?
Don't fall for these 11 landlord tricks
TV's 'World's Worst Tenants': Don't try this at home
October rental advice: Don't forget to screen your landlord
12 crazy landlord requests
Unlucky tenants: First foreclosed on, then scammed
Is 'cash for keys' a good idea for renters?
Where can tenants turn for help?
Renters: Beware of these lease clauses
7 more outrageous landlord claims
Should I fight my lease? 4 questions to ask
8 questionable rental fees to avoid
How Landlords Get Away With it
Donít fall for these 10 crazy landlord claims
How pets can be a landlord's best friend
(feature column of the UT)
What are renters' rights in foreclosure cases?
Can landlords evict after charging late-rent fees?
Can landlord deny tenancy to smokers?
Can this potential homebuyer break the lease?
Can landlord flip-flop on dog agreement?
How to interpret grace periods for rent
Landlord requires tenant to share travel agenda as part of lease
Should landlord reduce rent for roofing annoyance?
Is there a time limit to sue a former landlord?
Can tenant be evicted over baby?
Help, we're paying for our landlord's utilities
Do you know how your landlord is charging for utilities?
Can security deposit be used as last month's rent?
Can landlord ban puppy from premises?
Tenant questions fairness of cat deposit
Can landlord deduct from deposit for unreturned key?
Can family break lease after rape incident?
The U-T brings back column on San Diego rental issues
San Diego Union Tribune (UT)
Could smoking be banned in SD apartments?
How to spot signs of a foreclosure scam
6 ways to avoid Craigslist rental scammers
5 basics San Diego renters should know
What can renters do if their landlord is facing foreclosure?
Front Porch: News & notes about real estate
New hotline for tenants caught up in foreclosure
A new Lease
What you can do to keep your rental record clean or have eviction set aside
Landlord of opportunity
The other rent check
Suspicion may be mutual in new rental climate
Bolting electric costs hitting renters, too
Apartment rental, occupancy rates slip in S.D. County
San Diego READER
Moving Out Is Hard to Do
Voice of San Diego
When Your Landlord's in Foreclosure
Diario San Diego
Cuidese de companias abusadoras
San Francisco Chronicle
A word about Rent-to-Own plans: Don't
How Renters Get Stuck in Foreclosure Mess
It is Not Business As Usual In California
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