Monthly Archives: June 2010

  • Senate Approves Extension of Tax Credit Closing Deadline

    Posted on June 18, 2010 by Native SF in june 2010.

    The U.S. Senate has passed an amendment that would extend the closing deadline of the homebuyer tax credit by three months. Right now, qualifying homebuyers who were under contract by April 30 have until June 30 to close the deal. But because of the large volume of applications for lenders to process, concerns have begun […]

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  • VOTE TODAY!!

    Posted on June 8, 2010 by Native SF in june 2010.

    Consider the Association’s Ballot Recommendations When Voting Tomorrow (Editor’s Note: On May 4, 2010, REALTOR® Advantage Online published descriptions of the propositions appearing on the June 8 municipal ballot and the Association’s recommendations. If you are a San Francisco voter and have not voted yet, please consider the Association’s recommendations when voting. And, don’t forget […]

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  • Vote NO on Prop F on June 8th Municipal Ballot

    Posted on June 3, 2010 by Native SF in May 2010.

    Proposition F (“Renters’ Financial Hardship Applications”) on the June 8 municipal ballot in San Francisco, if passed by the voters, will allow tenants to allege a single condition (unemployment or a specified reduction in income) to be able to file an application for financial hardship under the city’s rent ordinance. If the status is granted, […]

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