Policy Framework templates - HousingPolicy.org Forum 2015-09-30T10:25:40Z http://forum.housingpolicy.org/forum/topics/policy-framework-templates?commentId=2423778%3AComment%3A48667&x=1&feed=yes&xn_auth=no You might check out Limited E… tag:forum.housingpolicy.org,2015-07-14:2423778:Comment:48667 2015-07-14T20:41:47.629Z Walter South http://forum.housingpolicy.org/profile/WalterSouth <p>You might check out Limited Equity Coops. For a scattered site example look at Cooper Square in NYC. For a multi family type look at the Coop on Alleraton Ave in the Bronx. To create affordability in perpetuity use a land trust and then lease. This in essence removes the land for any future gain</p> <p>Walter South</p> <p>south@nyc.rr.com</p> <p>You might check out Limited Equity Coops. For a scattered site example look at Cooper Square in NYC. For a multi family type look at the Coop on Alleraton Ave in the Bronx. To create affordability in perpetuity use a land trust and then lease. This in essence removes the land for any future gain</p> <p>Walter South</p> <p>south@nyc.rr.com</p> Diane, what did your group en… tag:forum.housingpolicy.org,2014-10-02:2423778:Comment:47491 2014-10-02T18:55:34.050Z J.C. Martel http://forum.housingpolicy.org/profile/JCMartel <p>Diane, what did your group end up coming up with for a policy framework for homeownership?</p> <p>Diane, what did your group end up coming up with for a policy framework for homeownership?</p> Diane -- San Francisco might… tag:forum.housingpolicy.org,2014-06-25:2423778:Comment:46564 2014-06-25T22:09:45.186Z Robert Hickey http://forum.housingpolicy.org/profile/RobertHickey <p>Diane -- San Francisco might be a good place to check out for inspiration.  Here's a link to the city's umbrella of affordable homeownership programs: <a href="http://sf-moh.org/index.aspx?page=181" target="_blank">http://sf-moh.org/index.aspx?page=181</a>.  I'd be happy to share contact info. I have for a staffer there with the homeownership division of the Mayor's Office of Housing, if of interest.</p> <p>Diane -- San Francisco might be a good place to check out for inspiration.  Here's a link to the city's umbrella of affordable homeownership programs: <a href="http://sf-moh.org/index.aspx?page=181" target="_blank">http://sf-moh.org/index.aspx?page=181</a>.  I'd be happy to share contact info. I have for a staffer there with the homeownership division of the Mayor's Office of Housing, if of interest.</p>