“I feel confident that Jen Chan will be a valuable resource for her future clients”
"2-4 unit condominium conversions represent one of the most cost-effective and low-risk opportunities for creating additional value in San Francisco residential real estate."
— Andy Sirkin
Pioneering TIC Attorney
“After evaluating the high cost and low supply of housing in San Francisco, we realized that our best path to ownership was purchasing a two-unit building and setting up a TIC, with a plan to condo convert at later date. Since those factors are more present than ever, I think a two-unit condo conversion is still a good path to home ownership — if you approach it the right way and not try to do it yourself.
After several frustrating years of trying to navigate the confusing and daunting condo conversion process in San Francisco, we had reached a point where we had made little progress. Luckily, we are able to find Jen and White Tiger Condo Conversion, who helped us successfully complete the condo conversion process. After trying to do it ourselves, I firmly believe that the condo conversion cannot be a do-it-yourself operation. You need help from a professional who has a deep understanding of the condo conversion process. We didn't have that at the start, and it cost us a lot of time and money. Jen has an expert team of specialists in the legal, construction, and planning fields that efficiently handle all the details of the process. I can honestly say that we would still be trying to finish the condo conversion process if we had not found Jen and White Tiger. Now we happily have condos and are incredibly pleased with the increased value of our properties."
— Marcelo Poirier
Administrative Law Judge
"Homeownership creates stability of tenure and is one of the major ways that Americans build wealth and financial security. Given the limited land supply in San Francisco, condominium conversion is viewed as an easier way to expand homeownership opportunities than through new construction.”
— San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR)
“Different forms of tenure, going beyond a binary choice between rental and homeownership, can offer more options to city residents struggling to afford a house. They include build-to-rent, shared ownership, and shared equity ownership."
— World Economic Forum
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