Wedgewood Properties said Saturday it would pay for temporary housing and moving expenses for a group of homeless mothers who have been living in one of the company’s vacant Oakland homes for nearly two months.

The offer came a day after an Alameda County Superior Court judge ruled that the group, called Moms 4 Housing, could not legally live in the home at 2928 Magnolia St. and would be evicted by the Sheriff’s Office within days. The women said Friday they planned to stay, despite the eviction order.