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1) HUD Homeownership subsidy
2) FNMA Zero-down loans
3) Vouchers Enable Low-Income HomeOwnership
4) Home Ownership: Pipe Dream or a New Reality
5) Daly Plan Pitifully Inadequate
6) May 16 HomeOwnership Debate in San Francisco
7) NAACP Minority HomeOwnership Program
8) Ellis/OMI/Costa Hawkins protections
9)Policy Hurts Immigrants
10)Home Ownership Causes HH Wealth
11)Class War and the Poverty Trap
12) Home Ownership Program for Equity

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HomeOwnership Debate in San Francisco
April 27, 2001
Followup or questions to Adria Pulizzano 415-861-0777
Few issues have inflamed political passion as much as the housing problems in San Francisco. Join us on Wednesday May 16 for a debate on whether, as a matter of public policy, we want more HomeOwnership in San Francisco

COMMONWEALTH CLUB
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS DEBATE
WEDNESDAY MAY 16
Creative Housing Solutions for San Francisco
RANDY SHAW, Executive Director & Supervising Attorney, Tenderloin Housing Clinic; Director, Housing America
SAROSH KUMANA, President, Affordable Homeownership Alliance
Housing continues to be one of San Francisco's great challenges. Shaw will discuss how our city can more creatively and effectively use its affordable housing funds to assist working people, particularly families. Kumana will present the "HOT" proposal - Home Ownership for Tenants - to enable tenants to become homeowners, without any evictions, public funding, or coercive takings of property.

Reception - 4:30 p.m.
Program - 5:00 p.m.
Club office, 595 Market St., 2nd floor
Program Coordinator: Mark Latham
More details about the HOT proposal are available at www.affordable-homeownership.org



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