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Search MON OCT 17 2016 SUBSCRIBE AT LOW INTRO RATES SIGN IN HOME NEWS SPORTS BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT FOOD LIVING TRAVEL SFCHRONICLE REAL ESTATE CARS JOBS SHOPPING 62° Menu SAN FRANCISCO Clear 62° HIGH: 68° LOW: 55° WIND: 9 mph W CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION: 4% FORECAST 7PM 62° 8PM 60° 9PM 59° 10PM 57° 11PM 56° 12AM 56° 1AM 57° 2AM 57° 3AM 57° 4AM 56° 5AM 56° 6AM 56° 7AM 56° 8AM 56° 9AM 57° 10AM 59° 11AM 61° 12PM 63° 1PM 64° 2PM 66° 3PM 67° 4PM 67° 5PM 66° 6PM 65° MON 68° 55° TUE 68° 51° WED 71° 53° THU 75° 54° FRI 76° 54° powered by CLOSE REAL ESTATE San Anselmo IMAGE 1 OF 3Meghan Duffy A: Measure Q in San Mateo and Measure R in Burlingame are two ballot measures on the Peninsula in November. Each measure could have a dramatic effect on the area’s economy. Both measures seek to introduce rent control and just-cause eviction measures by creating a rent board/rent commission. With that in mind, here are some of the talking points for and against each measure. Points against Measures Q, R: • Would cost taxpayers millions annually. • Creates an unaccountable, unelected commission. One estimate is that it will cost $2.5 million per year to run the commission. • Property owners would have more difficulty removing a renter who is a nuisance or delinquent. Points favoring Measures Q, R: • Allows rent to be raised 1 to 4 percent annually depending on the rate of inflation. • Rolls rents back to September 2015 levels. • Limits evictions to specific situations (i.e. unpaid rent) rather than evictions just to raise rents. Jeff LaMont, Coldwell Banker, (650) 740-8808, A: There are a slew of propositions on the ballot that have to do with housing, affordability, homelessness and the city transfer tax. All have arguments for and against them on both sides, and I’m sure all will have an impact on the quality of life and desirability of living in and investing in the city. The two that seem to me the most straightforward to me are Propositions P and RR. Proposition P enacts a competitive bidding process for affordable housing projects. We all know there’s an affordability crisis in San Francisco. This affects real estate prices and ultimately impacts jobs and wages as people begin to look to more affordable communities. In theory, reducing the cost of building affordable housing by making that process more competitive would allow for more housing our city so desperately needs. There’s also the added benefit of retaining our long-term and most necessary residents. I am all for building as much housing as possible at all affordability levels. To me, our lack of inventory has reached a crisis point. Proposition RR allocates money to upgrade BART equipment and safety. Of course, anything that increases the safety and reliability of public transportation can only have a positive impact on the Bay Area job market. Nina Hatvany, Pacific Union Real Estate, (415) 710-6462, A: If you live in San Francisco, Alameda, Mountain View or Richmond, you will be faced with a rent control measure on this November’s ballot. READ FULL ARTICLE Promoted Stories 5 Books That Will Change Your Life Blinkist Magazine Stay Relevant: 4 Changes to Make in the Next 5 Years UPS on The Washington Post See The Online Furniture Store That Has Retailers Worried Wayfair Real-life Batman battles creepy clowns frightening children Debate questioner Kenneth Bone becomes internet star Bay Area to get all of its average October rainfall this weekend Recommended by SPONSORED CONTENT How to Up Your Backyard Game This Fall [Watch] David Nolen Swaim Owner Tam Realty Inc DRE-1070789 609 San Anselmo Ave San Anselmo CA 94960 415-710-5504

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