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Real Estate,
Civil Litigation

May 21, 2024

Affordable housing program participant sued for fraud

The owners of a San Francisco unit purchased under a low-income housing program have been accused of fraud by the City Attorney David Chiu.

The owners of a condominium unit in San Francisco, purchased for well below market price under a low-income housing program, were accused of fraud by City Attorney David Chiu last week after they allegedly refused to rent the unit out to low-income residents.

The Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program, which was put in place by the San Francisco Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development, or "MOHCD," under former mayor Willie Brown in 2002, orchestrates th...

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