Interested participants must demonstrate the impact the fire had on their housing, alongside proof that they are not receiving immediate support through insurance, FEMA, and / or alternative resources.
1. Nonprofit Housing Industry Foundation (HIF) will review applications and recommend qualified candidates to properties on a rolling, first come, first served basis.
2. Participating properties will have the ultimate decision making authority on tenants who can move into their properties, and their standard rules, regulations and policies apply.
Free, furnished housing in an apartment in San Francisco for up to four months.
We will do our best to identify additional properties for qualified tenants with nearby properties, pending availability, but make no guarantees that tenants will receive their location preferences.
Yes, after HIF vets interested tenants, each property will initiate regular screening procedures with interested renters.
Yes, each unit is limited to one family, with max number of tenants per unit decided by each property.
The family is required to move out after four months, and / or continue on as a market value renter. If, for some reason, they refuse to move, the property will proceed with standard eviction processes.
Each property will implement their own Fair Housing procedures in selecting the final tenants.