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Who qualifies for free food from San Francisco food pantries?

Food pantries are open to all who need assistance. Some only provide free food and produce to those in their community and thus limit food to certain zip codes. You don’t need to prove an income level to get food from a food pantry.

Most require that you show ID and bring your own bags. For a full list of all food pantries in San Francisco click here.

 

Where are free San Francisco food pantries located?

There are many food pantries in San Francisco that give away free food and produce. Some of these pantries only provide food to individuals living within certain city zip codes. Most require that you show ID and bring your own bags.

For a full list of all food pantries in San Francisco click here.

 

How do I find out when my building in San Francisco was built?

You can find out when a building in San Francisco was built by submitting a record request to the Department of Building Inspection

You need to request a copy of the Certificate of Final Completion and Occupancy of the original new construction permit. You can download the record request form online or pick one up at the Public Information Counter.

What is the application process for the American Dream Downpayment Initiative (ADDI) offered by the Mayor's Office of Housing?

The first step in applying for the American Dream Downpayment Initiative (ADDI) offered to first-time homebuyers by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) is to complete a first-time homebuyer education course through one of MOH’s five approved housing counseling agencies. The five agencies offering the first-time homebuyer education course can.

Who is eligible for the American Dream Downpayment Initiative (ADDI) offered by the SF Mayor's Office of Housing (MOH)?

To be eligible for American Dream Downpayment Initiative (ADDI) offered to first-time homebuyers by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH), applicants must first become eligible to purchase a Below Market Rate (BMR) housing unit. This process begins with taking a First-time Homebuyer Workshop through one of MOH’s five approved counseling agencies.

Who do I contact about asbestos inspection in San Francisco?

To inquire about an asbestos inspection in San Francisco contact the San Francisco Department of Public Health - Environmental Health Division, 1390 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102, (415) 252-3951.

What is the American Dream Downpayment Initiative (ADDI) offered by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH)?

The American Dream Downpayment Initiative (ADDI) offered to first-time homebuyers by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) is a downpayment loan program for individuals purchasing a Below Market Rate (BMR) housing unit that requires no monthly payment and accrues no interest. More information regarding ADDI can be found here.

What is the application process for the Reissue Mortgage Credit Certificate (RMCC) offered by the Mayor's Office of Housing?

The application process for the Reissue Mortgage Credit Certificate (RMCC) Program offered to first-time homebuyers by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) begins with filling out the RMCC application form. The RMCC application form can be found here.

How do I find out if a San Francisco contractor is licensed?

You can search to see if a San Francisco contractor is licensed by contacting the
Contractors State License Board at 1-(800) 321-CSLB.

 

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Who is eligible for the Reissue Mortgage Credit Certificate (RMCC) Program offered by the SF Mayor's Office of Housing (MOH)?

To be eligible for the Reissue Mortgage Credit Certificate (RMCC) Program offered to first-time homebuyers by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) an applicant must be an existing recipient of a Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC). The applicant must use a RMCC participating lender to refinance their mortgage in order to continue to receive the tax benefits through their MCC.

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