San Francisco Micro Apartments?

You may have heard there is a shortage of homes available in San Francisco.  Rents are spiking, and home sales are starting to lift off as well.  San Francisco supervisors are continually trying to find solutions to the problem.  Supervisor Scott Wiener drafted legislation to allow for “San Francisco micro apartments”, with less than 300 square feet and renting for $1200-$1500 a month.  Take a look at the article in the Daily News:  San Francisco considering tiny micro apartments to combat sky-high rent. […]

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San Francisco Condo Bypass Proposed

Every year in February a segment of the San Francisco population fills with hope about the outcome of the San Francisco Condo Lottery hoping that their building will be picked allowing them to turn their TIC (Tenancy-in-Common) interest (unit) into a condominium with all the rights associated with this including the ability to qualify for an individual mortgage. This year a legislation has been proposed that would allow the TIC owners who entered the San Francisco condo lottery last year […]

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