NCLT Properties

Alameda County
May 18, 2020

SHCLA

Alameda County
CLT in Incubation

Vallejo
May 18, 2020

Vallejo Housing Justice Coalition

Vallejo
CLT in Incubation

Oakland
May 18, 2020

Rammay Gardens

Oakland
Community Facility
Community Garden

Berkeley
May 18, 2020

3120-3130 Shattuck Avenue

Berkeley
Community Facility
Commercial Office Space
No Vacancy

East Palo Alto
May 18, 2020

PAHALI Projects

East Palo Alto
Single Family Homes (CLT in Incubation)
No Vacancy

Berkeley
May 17, 2020

Idaho Street

Berkeley
Single Family Home
No Vacancy

Berkeley
May 17, 2020

1320 Haskell Street Homes

Berkeley
Condominium
No Vacancy

Berkeley
May 17, 2020

Addison Court Housing Cooperative

Berkeley
Housing Cooperative
No Vacancy

Oakland
May 17, 2020

Linden Street Homes

Oakland
Condominium
No Vacancy

Oakland
May 17, 2020

Mariposa Grove

Oakland
Condominium
Co-housing Community
Community space
No Vacancy

BerkeleySouthwest Berkeley
April 10, 2020

10th Street Homes

Berkeley
Rental
Multifamily Apartments
No Vacancy

Home for Rent Mosswood Oakland MosswoodOakland
October 23, 2019

Peace Gardens

Mosswood, Oakland
Rental
Mixed
No Vacancy

Home for rent BerkeleyCentral Berkeley
October 23, 2019

Haste Street House

Downtown Berkeley
Rental/Community Facility
Single Units
No Vacancy

SF - Western Addition
September 16, 2019

East-West House aka Baker’s Dozen

Western Addition
Rental
Single Rooms, Shared Kitchen
No Vacancy

BerkeleySouth-Berkeley
September 12, 2019

Casa Buenos Amigos

Southwest Berkeley
Rental
Fourplex
No Vacancy

BerkeleyCentral Berkeley
September 12, 2019

Unity Garden

Central Berkeley
Rental
Multifamily Apartments
No Vacancy

BerkeleySouthwest Berkeley
September 11, 2019

Blake Street Apartments

Southwest Berkeley
Rental
Mixed Units
No Vacancy

What are the different property types?

There are a few different types of properties, roughly separated by levels of ownership. Depending on how much responsibility you want to take or your desire to build equity. For all types, the land is owned in the trust, but the buildings are owned by the residents. The following are general descriptions, you'll want to verify the rules for each individual property.

Rentals

Very similar to renting an apartment. The difference being that rather than a company or landlord, the Land Trust owns both the land and the building. The rules of the trust ensure that units will be affordable, maintained and stable. These are best for people who may want to relocate in the future as easy as possible, and are not concerned about growing equity.

Cooperatives

In this scenario, residents are members of an entity like a corporation. The corporation owns the building, and leases the land from the trust. Should a resident choose to leave, they sell their interest in the corporation. Depending on the market at the time, they may see a profit. Decisions are made together and as such there is a greater sense of community in a Cooperative.

Condominiums

Similar to Cooperatives, except there is no corporation like entity. Instead there are usually HOA guidelines that are agreed upon. Units are owned by the resident, allowing for equity growth. Land is leased by the land trust. Building common areas are maintained by the HOA.

Single Family Homes

Stand alone, single family homes are owned and maintained by the resident. Land is leased from the land trust, which may prohibit extensive modifications. Any equity earned in the building is that of the resident.

Community Facilities

These are buildings used for commercial space, rented to non-profits and community-based businesses at below-market rents.