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Emily Benkert is one of many "hosts" who offer "their" many "homes" to guests.
David Bellings owns 20 properties in San Francisco
On April 23, 2014, the City Attorney sued Darren and Valerie Lee for illegal conversions and unlawful business practices. The Lees Ellis Act evicted disabled tenants to illegally convert residential apartments into tourist lodging.
BJ (Betty J Droubi) attracted our attention with her market-driven description of the neighborhood. Clearly their building purchase is an investment in a trendy neighborhood rather than a commitment to a community they dreamt of and saved their whole lives for.
Pamela Kelley, a real estate agent, began her vacation rental business by promising her own landlord that she would give up her rent-controlled apartment if she could rent it our year-round as a vacation rental, for a part of the profit.
After threatening them with eviction, Daniel from Washington DC bought out the tenants of 532-34 Shotwell Street. According to neighbors, one family had resided in their home on Shotwell for many years.
The 50-unit Sierra Hotel above T-Mobile was vacant for years, prompting Homes Not Jails squatters to invade in a 2011 protest. Two years ago, it became home to 20Mission, a tech and artist live-work space. Still an SRO on the city’s books, the very symbol of downtrodden San Francisco has become a different kind of symbol: a techie dorm.
The Mannings permanently reside in Nashville TN. Charles is the Chancellor of the University of West Virginia System and Tennessee Board of Regents in Nashville. His wife describes him as “a very gentle and gracious man who cares deeply about education. Yet with state resources strained to the limit these days, public education is a highly politicized enterprise, with increasing competition for decreasing dollars.”
So after enacting those tough austerity cuts on the students, Sharon “whisk(s) Charles out to San Francisco for a little break.” (To one of six homes.) - VRBO listing #388407
“Whether you're new to the Valley, bored with your current housing or need a transient place... I would like to help. When you reserve with me, you'll have instant friends and be part of a network of 12 homes in the Bay Area.”
The Yurovsky Family - 6 formerly rent controlled units on VRBO and AirBNB.
Nina Geneson Otis - Abusing short term rentals with Bernat Pons in San Francisco.