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Errors in automated background checks are flagging tenants for crimes they didn’t commit.
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Apple pledged to invest $2.5B in addressing the housing crisis, joining other tech companies in committing money to a crisis it helped create.
Rhino, a company that wants to put the billions of rental deposit dollars back into the hands of the renter, just raised a $21m Series A.
San Francisco’s public transit provider bought a building instead of paying a huge rent increase, joining a number of buyers in the area.
Microsoft is investing $500m in affordable housing, bucking the Silicon Valley trend of building a multibillion-dollar campus and donating the change to homelessness nonprofits.
The Abu Dhabi state investment fund is putting the Chrysler Building up for sale, and antique skyscrapers are in this season.