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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 for Tenants
(HOT): TENANT PROTECTIONS:

  • Each tenant who chooses not to buy shall be entitled to continue leasing their unit
    under existing rent control protections, with a lease addendum prohibiting an owner-move-in eviction.

  • A tenant can buy their unit even after final recordation of the subdivision map,
    as long as they can agree to a price with the owner.

  • HOT is completely voluntary. Prices are individually negotiated between owner and tenant.

  • Tenants may also agree with their landlord to buy a different available unit at any time

  • All tenants in subdivided buildings will receive a lifetime lease.

  • The HOT plan can save the tenant significant money every month due to the homeownership tax deductions.
    This money can be put towards other expenses, or towards savings.

  • Using programs identified by HOT makes it possible for thousands to qualify for a homeownership loan.
    It enables many more tenants to realize the "American Dream" of home-ownership,
    gives them a sig­nificant stake in the welfare of the City and their community, security for the future
    and a nest egg that they can tap in emergencies.

  • If it is desired to make ownership still more affordable, loan-qualifying ratios can be relaxed.
    This plan should be tremendously popular with tenants.

  • An education program for financial literacy should be a first step for tenants embarking on the path
    to homeownership.
    The City, in association with mortgage lenders, already has programs of this
    kind which can be expanded to cover HOT applicants.

 


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