Articles Recently Tagged: Tenancy in Common (TIC)

(3 posts)
Condo Lottery Bypass In Action

Condo Lottery Bypass In Action

A plugged-in reader spent the night outside the Department of Building Inspection in order to be the very first person in line to apply for San Francisco’s Condo Lottery Bypass program when it went into effect back in 2013. Having paid his fee, skipped the lottery, and since converted... Read More »

An Invitation To Judge (And Peek Inside)

An Invitation To Judge (And Peek Inside)

The three-unit Inner Mission Edwardian on the corner Bartlett and 24th Streets has been renovated from top to bottom in a contemporary aesthetic while maintain its 1900’s façade. On the market as three Tenancy in Common (TIC) units with the top floor “in contract,” the 1,656 square foot middle unit... Read More »

Potentially Problematic Condo Conversion Legislation Approved

With supervisors Farrell, Tang, and Wiener opposing, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors have voted 8-3 to adopt the proposed condominium conversion lottery bypass legislation as last amended. Assuming it isn’t vetoed by the Mayor, the legislation will establish a bypass period during which qualifying TICs can condo convert for... Read More »