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What is the Teacher Next Door (TND) Program offered by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH)?

The Teacher Next Door (TND) Program offered to first-time homebuyers by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) is a program designed to assist full time teachers employed with the San Francisco Unified School District in purchasing a first home in San Francisco. This loan is forgiven after 10 years if all program requirements are met.

What is the application process for the City Second Loan Program (CSLP) offered by the SF Mayor's Office of Housing (MOH)?

The first step in applying for the City Second Loan Program (CSLP) 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.

Who is eligible for the City Second Loan Program (CSLP) offered by the SF Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH)?

To be eligible for the City Second Loan Program (CSLP) offered to first-time homebuyers by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) applicants must meet a number of requirements. The applicants must have an income not exceeding 120% of the area median income for San Francisco - in the case of a family of four, $121,900. The applicants must also provide a minimum downpayment and comple a first-time homebuyer education course.

What is the City Second Loan Program (CSLP) offered by the SF Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH)?

The City Second Loan Program (CSLP) offered to first-time homebuyers by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) is a program designed for those purchasing a home within specific housing developments such as Parkview Heights, Holloway Terrace, Armancio Ergina, and Cayuga Terrace.

Do owner-occupied TICs where no units are being rented need to register for a San Francisco Business Registration Certificate?

No, San Francisco owner-occupied TICs where no units are being rented are not required to register for a San Francisco Business Registration Certificate.

What is the application process for the Downpayment Assistance Loan Program (DALP) by the SF Mayor's Office of Housing (MOH)?

Once an applicant has determined that hey have met the requirements to be eligible for the Downpayment Assistance Loan Program (DALP), the first step in applying for the DALP 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.

I own a building with more than 4 units but do not receive rent, do I need a San Francisco Business Registration Certificate?

No, if you own a building in San Francisco with more than 4 units, but do not receive rent from the building you do not need to file a business registration certificate from the Office of the Treasurer & Tax Collector.

Who is eligible for the Downpayment Assistance Loan Program (DALP) offered by the SF Mayor's Office of Housing (MOH)?

To be eligible for the Downpayment Assistance Loan Program (DALP) offered to first-time homebuyers by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) applicants must meet a number of requirements. The applicants must have an income not exceeding 120% of the area median income for San Francisco - in the case of a family of four, $121,900. The applicants must also provide a minimum downpayment, and comple a first-time homebuyer education course.

Where can I park in a parking garage in the Mission in San Francisco?

The city of San Francisco operates several metered parking garages in the Mission in San Francisco. 

These garages are located at:

Mission-Bartlett Garage

16th & Hoff Garage

Mission & 24th Street (metered lot)

Mission & Norton (metered lot)

My FasTrak was charged incorrectly for parking at SFO. Whom do I contact?

If you have a dispute or question about parking charges while using your FasTrak to park at SFO, you must contact SFO below:

Parking Operator
PO Box 280567
San Francisco, CA 94128

Phone: (650) 821-7903
http://www.flysfo.com/ContactUs.asp

 

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