Affordable Rental Unit (Small Site Program): 380 San Jose

 

Posting Date

Updated October 27,  2016

 

Type of Unit

Affordable Rental Units, Small Sites Program

 

Address

380 San Jose Avenue

 

Unit Numbers

Unit #1 and Unit #2 at 120% AMI

 

 

Number of Bedrooms

1 Bedroom

 

Neighborhood

Mission District

 

Square Footage

Unit #1 592 Sq. Ft. (Approximate)  Unit #2 588 Sq. Ft. (Approximate)

 

Year Built

1900

 

Rent

$2533

 

Maximum Allowable Income Level of Households

120% of Area Median Income by Household Size derived from the Unadjusted Area Median Income (AMI) for HUD Metro Fair Market Rent Area (HMFA) that contains San Francisco 2016

A one person household can make no more than $90,500  

A two person household can make no more than $103,400

A three person household can make no more than $116,350

Minimum Allowable Income Level of Households

$5,630

Rent must be equal or less than 45% of applicant household’s gross monthly income.

 

Minimum Household Size

1

 

Maximum Household Size

3  

Children under age 6 do not count toward the occupancy limit. Household must meet occupancy standard.

 

Building Selection Criteria

In addition to qualifying under the rules of the Small Sites Program, applicants must qualify under the rules of the building. 

 

Building Selection Criteria:

Ability to pay rent standard – Rent cannot exceed 45% of gross monthly income. Credit Standard – no existing delinquencies or accounts in collection within last one year over $1,000, except for medical bills and student loans.

Rental History Standard – no previous evictions in the last 2 years, except for no-fault evictions (e.g. Ellis or Owner Move-in).

Criminal History Standard – Qualified applicants with criminal history will be considered for housing in compliance with Article 49 of the San Francisco Police Code, “The Fair Chance Ordinance.”

 

Deposit Required for Move-in

$2,533

 

Parking

NO PARKING AVAILABLE, STREET PARKING ONLY

 

Which, if any, utilities are paid by the building?

Water, sewer, garbage and recycling

 

How are utilities paid by the renter?

Renter pays own utility bills directly

 

Other fees and/or building rules

Late Fees: Resident must pay a late fee of $25 for rent paid after the 5th of the month.

Application Fee: $45 towards credit and background check. Due post lottery

 

Contact Person

Johnny Oliver      

 

Phone

415-282-3334 x123

 

Email

Joliver@medasf.org 

 

Website

www.medasf.org

 

How to obtain an application

Email: homeownership@medasf.org

Download:  www.medasf.org

Pick up in person at: 2301 Mission St. #301, S.F., CA 94110, M-F 9am-5pm

 

Open House Dates

Date: Thursday, October 13, 2016 Time: 5:30pm-6:30pm

 

Date: Saturday, October 15, 2016

Time: 12pm-1pm

 

*Applications will be available at the open house but must be mailed or turned in person to MEDA’s Offices at 2301 Mission Street #301, San Francisco CA 94110

 

 

Application deadline

Tuesday, October 18, 2016 by 5pm

 

Applications must be received by mail or in paper form at MEDA’s office by 5pm on Tuesday, October 18, 2016. Postmarks are not accepted. No faxes or emails are accepted.

 

Address to which application should be delivered

Mission Economic Development Agency

2301 Mission Street #301

San Francisco, CA 94110 Attn:   “SSP 380 San Jose”

 

Applications can be dropped off at MEDA’s Offices, Monday- Friday 9am-5pm.

 

Lottery results

Assigned Ticket # LOTTERY RANK 
135511 1
135496 2
135504 3
135507 4
135517 5
135508 6
135509 7
135499 8
135516 9
135514 10
135520 11
135501 12
135506 13
135513 14
135502 15
135515 16
135505 17
135500 18
135521 19
135503 20
135498 21
135518 22
135510 23
135494 24
135519 25
135512 26
135497 27
135493 28
135495 29

Tuesday  October 25, 2016 at 11:00am

Location: MOHCD, 1 South Van Ness, 5th floor

 

Applicants do not need to be present at the lottery. Results will be posted to www.medasf.org within 24 hours after the date of the lottery.

 

Lottery Preferences

All individuals and households may enter the lottery for a BMR unit.

 

However, those households in which one member holds a Certificate of Preference (COP) from the former San Francisco Redevelopment Agency will be given highest preference in the lottery ranking process. More information about the COP Program can be found here: http://sfmohcd.org/certificate-preference.

 

Households that submit acceptable documentation that at least one member lives or works in San Francisco will be given the second highest preference in the lottery ranking process.

 

Displaced Tenant Housing Preference (DTHP) Certificate does not apply to this lottery.

 

If the number of units available exceeds the number of qualified applicants in the above listed preference, the units will become available to other qualified applicants outside of San Francisco. Applicants in each preference category must meet program requirements in order to complete the sale or rental.

 

 

Special Note(s)

Units are currently undergoing rehab and will be available for move-in approximately November 1st, 2016