More recent programs have a deed requirement recorded with the property requiring that the property resale price be based on the same percentage of area-median-income (AMI) at the current owner paid. So if it was initailly sold for say 80% of AMI the resale price is set again at 80% of AMI and the Mayor'sOffice of Housing has the first right to place a qualified buyer into the property.
All that said you can contact a Realtor to represent you.
Broker Associate, Paragon Real Estate Group CA DRE 01844627
All data from sources deemed reliable but subject to errors and omissions, and not warranted.
The resale price of any unit is determined by the Mayorâ€™s Office of Housing and includes several components:
I'd read through the info contained here: http://sf-moh.org/index.aspx?page=305
Give me a shout if you need me to walk you through some of this.
Blake | Realtor
When selling, you can list the property at any price you see fit......selling it on the other hand should involve placing a price on it that is an accurate reflection of the current local real estate market and condition of the property.
Local real estate professionals will be able to best advise you about pricing and marketing your home. Contact an agent for their support.