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About Faculty Staff Housing
Welcome to Faculty Staff Housing, a division of the Office of the Provost.
Our office administers Stanford's housing programs for both purchase and rental for eligible faculty,
executive level Staff and Clinician Educators. For eligibility criteria click on
Housing Purchase Programs Eligibility Criteria or
Rental Housing Programs Eligibility Criteria.
We also provide ongoing service to the campus residential community.
What We Do:
- Develop and administer housing programs
- Assist you in estimating how much of a house
you can afford
- Facilitate transfers
of campus residential properties
- Administer the campus residential lease program
- Oversee rental housing programs
What We Don't Do:
- Administer student housing
- Serve as a real estate agent
- Show houses to prospective buyers
- Provide financial, legal, or tax advice
- List off-campus homes for sale or rent
New Homebuyers: If you're interested in buying
a home, learning about eligibility requirements, getting information on cities and schools in the Bay Area, and learning about our purchase programs and process, please click on the underlined heading.
Current Homeowners: Do you already own a home in the local area? Our current
homeowners site offers useful forms and documents, as well as loan information,
links to utility providers, guidelines for doing home improvements and more.
Rental Resources: Learn
about University-owned and other local rental properties.
Faculty Staff Housing Fees: Many services are provided free of charge.
For the others, this schedule shows the current transaction fees.
Student housing information is available
at Residential and Dining Enterprises.
Senior housing information at Stanford is
available at Vi at Palo Alto.
How To Find Us:
Please click the underlined heading for contact information. We welcome your questions,
comments, and feedback.
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Nothing on this site or in the documents it contains should be construed
as an offer or commitment of any kind. Programs and eligibility requirements
can be changed or discontinued without notice.