Own in SF for $500K @
829 Oak St
• A beautifully renovated 4-bd/5-ba unit in Hayes Valley
• Own your private bedroom, private bathroom; share furnished living area, kitchen, yard and garage
• Be on title as a homeowner of 25% of 829 Oak St and be on the same TIC loan with other buyers
• Sell in 5 years entire unit with right to buy out your roommates

Let the numbers do the talking


Down payment
$50,000‐$100,000
Est. Monthly Payment
$3,000
Est. Monthly Cost
$2,000
Estimated monthly payment and cost are based on 20% down payment, 4.5% interest rate, 30 year amortized and include: (1) mortgage payment, (2) land tax, and (3) HOA. Homeownership Federal and CA tax savings per month estimate: $1,000 per month if you make $157,500 or in the 24% federal tax bracket (if you make more, you can save more).

This ideal location on Oak St has a Walk Score of 97 (out of 100) and is only a six minute walk from the N JUDAH line at Duboce St/Noe St/Duboce Park stop.

Owning property with others is a mean for you to get away from the rental trap and build equity so you can buy on your own later if you prefer. It’s an investment for many and a lifestyle for others.


This thoughtfully-designed unit has state of the art kitchen, open living space, modern bathrooms, with shared yard and garage.

With Realtaasa, co-own this entire unit with friends and others.

floor plans
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1

Complete your profile

Sign up as a buyer and complete your profile. Let us know which unit you are interested in buying. Consider co-ownership by buying with friends or family members.

2

Get pre-qualified

For a TIC loan, contact National Cooperative Bank, Bank of Marin, Bank of SF or Sterling Bank. Check out this list of TIC loan lenders for more information.

Floor Plans
floor plans
Neighborhood
Here's the full map with all the locations.
Get Started

1

Complete your profile

Sign up as a buyer and complete your profile. Let us know which unit you are interested in buying. Consider co-ownership by buying with friends or family members.

2

Get pre-qualified

For a TIC loan, contact National Cooperative Bank, Bank of Marin, Bank of SF or Sterling Bank. Check out this list of TIC loan lenders for more information.

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