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776 Tehama Street, Unit 9

Units: 1
Estimated price: $399,000
100% AMI
1 sq/ft
Available in 2014
Selling Price: $399,000

HOA Due: $304.18

100% of Unadjusted Area Median Income (AMI) for HUD Metro Fair Market Rent Area (HMFA) that contains San Francisco 2013

A one person household can make no more than $70,850
A two person household can make no more than $80,950 … Read more »

1659 18th Street

Units: 1
Estimated price: $447,846
120% AMI
1 sq/ft
Available in 2014
Selling Price: $447,846

HOA Dues: $464.54

120% of Unadjusted Area Median Income (AMI) for HUD Metro Fair Market Rent Area (HMFA) that contains San Francisco 2014

A one person household can make no more than $81,550
A two person household can make no more than $93,250 … Read more »

888 7th Street, Unit 110

Units: 1
Estimated price: $253,508
100% AMI
1 sq/ft
Available in 2014
Selling Price: $253,508

HOA Dues: $304.11

Application Deadline: Thursday, 4/3/14, by 5pm

Note: Applications must be received in the sales office by 5pm on the day of the application deadline.

Applicants must make no more than the following amounts per household:
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Resources

iLegent

The American Dream in San Francisco: Undiminished by Foreclosures and the Housing Crisis

This report is on local consumers' perceptions of and preferences for homeownership based on data collected between August and December 2008 from focus groups with 46 renters and surveys completed by 1,042 renters in the San Francisco Bay Area.

How do I start the homebuying process?

Step 1: Get prepared

Attending a first-time homebuyer workshop will help you learn about the home purchase process and make wise decisions.

Register for a workshop

Step 2: Find out if you qualify

Schedule an appointment with a housing counseling or lender. This meeting will determine if you qualify for a mortgage loan, and if, so how much you can afford.

Step 3: Shop for a home

After you know how much you can afford, you may choose to work with a real estate agent to find a market rate home or find an affordable (below market rate/BMR) home on your own.

Find affordable homes

Step 4: Look for mortgage assistance

There are a number of down payment and closing cost assistance programs available depending on the home you’re buying, your income and other factors.

Search for mortgage assistance programs

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We are an independent nonprofit committed to helping diverse and underserved households achieve and sustain homeownership in San Francisco through a coordinated network of member organizations. Our comprehensive website provides information on homes, loans and workshops for first-time homebuyers and existing homeowners.

Apr
26

First Time Home Buyers: The Basics

Hosted by CCCSSF in English
Phone: (415) 788-0288 x174

Learn about renting vs. buying, homeowner responsibilities, selecting lenders, realtor, and brokers, pre-approval vs. pre-qualification, escrow and…

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Apr
30

Understanding the Mortgage Loan Process

Hosted by CCCSSF in English
Phone: (415) 788-0288 x174

Learn the types of loans available, how the underwriting process works, the meaning of federal and state disclosures, and what to do if your loan i…

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Apr
30

Rental Readiness Workshop

Hosted by SFHDC in English
Phone: (415) 822-1022

Finding affordable housing in the City is no easy task. In this interactive class we help you navigate the challenges of finding AND getting a rent…

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May
3

First Time Homebuyer Workshop

Hosted by SFHDC in English
Phone: (415) 822-1022

(APPROVED for Mayor's Office of Housing First Time Homeuyers Assistance Programs) Learn everything you need to know about buying and owning yo…

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May
7

Basics of Money Management

Hosted by CCCSSF in English
Phone: (415) 788-0288 x174

Learn how to create a realistic monthly budget, shop for credit, spot early signs of credit problems and develop practical steps to prepare for you…

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