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6) May 16 HomeOwnership Debate in San Francisco
7) NAACP Minority HomeOwnership Program
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HOT makes HomeOwnership an Affordable Choice for San Franciscans!

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Tenants should be able to Buy their own Unit

HomeOwnership for Tenants Proposal (HOT)


  Executive Summary:
  HOT is a practical proposal, using  win-win solutions & existing, readily
available Federal loan programs to enable HomeOwnership for San Francisco
tenants.

HomeOwnership is the principal goal for 70% of SF tenants. (FNMA research)
San Francisco has a home ownership rate 34%. The U.S. average is 68%.

  • HOT makes it legal for each tenant to buy and own the apartment they
    already live in
  • When 25% of tenants want to buy, and the owner agrees, the building is
    subdivided
  • Tenants choosing not to buy can continue to rent, with protections from OMI
    and Ellis eviction, and Costa-Hawkins rent increases.
  • HOT results in ZERO EVICTIONS. No-one gets hurt. Thousands benefit.
  • HOT is completely voluntary. Prices would be individually negotiated
    between owner and tenant.
  • Existing, readily-available FHA-FNMA-CRA zero and low downpayment loan
    programs
    will be used; co-signers can help qualify for the loans. Lenders are
    ready -- see website loan info links
  • Ownership Security at an affordable after-tax cost –often less than monthly
    rent.
  • Tenants who become owners get tax deductions, so Uncle Sam helps pay the
    mortgage.
  • Long-term tenants will get a chance to buy at below-market prices.
  • The City will collect an estimated $ 946 million over 7 years in
    incremental tax revenues to subsidise low-income families, elderly and
    disabled.
  • 49,032 (est.) elderly / disabled tenants will get supplemental rent /
    mortgage subsidies.
 


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