ZERO-SUBSIDY AFFORDABLE HOUSING 101
UNDERSTANDING THE ZSAH CROWDDOING INITIATIVE:

WHAT IS ZERO-SUBSIDY AFFORDABLE HOUSING (ZSAH)?

Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing (ZSAH) is based on the idea that if people could buy only a percentage of the appreciation value that they can afford, and still secure stable access to a home, up to half of homelessness in dense urban regions could be prevented.

ULTIMATE GOAL OF ZSAH


To make it possible for people to buy only the percentage of appreciation value that they can afford and still secure stable access to a home, half of homelessness, half of housing insecurity, half of super-commuting in dense, coastal urban regions such as the Bay Area, New York, Seattle could be prevented.

WHO'S ON THE TEAM?


This is a diverse team of volunteers with backgrounds in insurance, banking, housing, finance, and law.

WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR


This initiative is attractive to those who want to offer their expertise in legal matters, Bay Area housing, banking, or loans. Those seeking to gain exposure to these topics and offer assistance are also welcome.

WHEN DO WE MEET?


Meetings are held on Google Meets & in PST: - Zero-Subsidy Affordable Housing: Sunday 12pm - 1pm - Call for ZSAH: Tuesday 4pm - 5pm