San Francisco Community Land Trust
Notice of Potential Affordable Housing Opportunity
(for households earning <120% AMI)
151 Duboce Avenue, #1
1 Bedroom, 1 Bath
SFCLT is in the process of acquiring this 4-unit building with one vacant unit. If we are successful with the purchase, the unit will be available by January .
Applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Open House Saturday, November 29 11-12pm.
Target Income = 120% AMI
1 Person: Minimum Gross Income = $55,200; Maximum Gross income: $81,550
2 persons: Minimum Gross Income = $55,200; Maximum Gross income: $92,350
3 persons: Minimum Gross Income = $55,200; Maximum Gross income: $104,900
This unit is subject to program and income restrictions. To learn more about the property and the income requirements, please review our flyer attached here.
SFCLT complies with the Fair Chance Ordinance. For more information on this ordinance, please see the info sheet attached here.
To apply, please completely fill out the SFCLT Housing application.
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- Over 10,000 affordable rental units have been lost to Ellis Act evictions since 1997.
- With market rents now over $3,000/month, displaced lower-income tenants have nowhere else to live in SF.
- SFCLT has prevented eviction for 59 units of housing in 4 neighborhoods and is fundraising to renovate Marty's Place as an affordable housing co-op for low-income people living with HIV.
- The City finally launched the "Small Sites Acquisition Program" to help nonprofits buy apartment buildings at risk of real estate speculation, but the program excludes shared housing, mixed-use buildings, and buildings with non-conforming units - all of which are even more at-risk of real estate speculators.
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