City of HMB Residents Go To 51:40 for City ADU Presentation
Midcoastsiders Go To 36:15 for San Mateo County Home For All, Second Unit Center Presentation
VIDEO. Village of the Coastside Presents.
Here is the PowerPoint of the HIP Presentation.
Rethinking Your Living Space for the Future?
Are you living alone in a big house or with empty rooms? Is sharing your home an option for extra income or support? Want to learn more about Home sharing or ADU’s (aka Granny Flats or Mother-in-law units?)
Laura Fanucchi, Associate Executive Director, HIP Housing (Human Investment Project) will share how her group helps to match up people in a variety of home sharing arrangements in San Mateo County.
A representative from The City of Half Moon Bay will explain the ways the city is encouraging the creation of accessory dwelling units (ADU’s) in the Single-Family Residential Zoning Districts.
HIP Housing since 1972, housing 55,000 people, $600 average rent.
VIDEO. 12/3/2019 Presentation from Hip Housing to the HMB City Council
Many older people struggle with fixed incomes.
Many younger people struggle with minimum wage incomes.
HIP Housing will help older people earn rent, and have someone younger, or older, to help out around the house.
HIP Housing does the interviewing for you.
It is a FREE county service.
Other Alternative Housing Options
The Village of the Coastside is always monitoring housing possibilities, services and housing trends with respect to the needs and desires of our members and other older adults.
Check Village of the Coastside for new updates to our collection of housing resource.
(Join! Our Mission is to Age in Place)
Here are a few that relate to today’s conversation on Housing Options.
If you have others to add, questions that you would like to see addressed, or topics for future conversations, please let us know [email protected]
30-day+ furnished housing for travel nurses and other travel professionals
Home sharing entity in San Mateo County which has served 65,000 people since 1979.
A countywide collaborative effort with a wide range of community partners working to build support and inspire action for a variety of housing options.
Helps San Francisco homeowners with extra rooms connect with home
seekers who need an affordable place to live, creating a win-win situation
Homeshare with another generation. (Mostly East Coast)
A for-profit online home sharing platform that helps compatible homeowners and housemates find each other. 65,000 sign-ups and growing. In partnership with the National Village Network.