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Affordable Housing Opportunity at Marty's Place (1165 Treat Street) for Low-Income HIV+ Resident

Room available for HIV+ resident at 1165 Treat Street: $700/month; $700 Deposit

Must be HIV+, Low-income (Maximum 50% AMI), and make a commitment to participating in a self-managed Group Housing Cooperative. *Rent includes water, garbage, sewer, and recycling.

Apply by August 29th 2016 to live at Marty’s Place, a beautiful six-bedroom resident-managed building in the Mission District owned. Applicants must be HIV+, meet income requirements (see below), and be committed to participating in a self-managed Group Housing Co-op. Marty’s Place is part of the San Francisco Community Land Trust portfolio in partnership with Dolores Street Community Services. Annual Income Certifications are required of residents.

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DEADLINE TO APPLY: August 29th  2016, 5PM

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Apply for Pigeon Palace BMR units: 2846 and 2848 Folsom Street (Deadline 8/29/2016)

Two SFCLT Affordable Housing Opportunities (LOTTERY) for Moderate Income, 3-5 Member Households

  • 2846 Folsom Street: Large 2 BR Unit for $2,962/month
  • 2848 Folsom Street: 2 BR Unit for $2,740/month

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Download Application: English/Spanish/Tagalog/Chinese

Download Flyer: English/Spanish/Chinese (more translations coming soon!)

DEADLINE TO APPLY: August 29th 2016, 5PM

Click below to see if you qualify and for information on open houses, info sessions, & applying!

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SFCLT Intro Workshop July 28, 2016

Come join SFCLT on Thursday, July 28, 2016 from 6:00-7:00 pm at the San Francisco Public Library's Main Branch to learn about Community Land Trusts and the Cooperative Housing Model! 

 

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Join us from 6-7:00 p.m. at the San Francisco Public Library - Main Branch in the Mary Louise Stong Room. SFCLT will be holding an Introduction to Community Land Trusts and Cooperatives at the Public Library for anyone that is interested in learning more about our organization and the cooperative housing model. Please feel free to bring friends and pass on to anyone you think might be interested.

 

When: Thursday, July 28, 2016 from 6pm - 7:00pm

Where: San Francisco Public Library Main Branch

           Mary Louise Stong Room

           100 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA 94102

 

 

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SFCLT is a membership-based organization whose mission is to create permanently affordable, resident-controlled housing for low- to moderate-income people in San Francisco through community ownership of the land.

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