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Welcome to the Stanford University Faculty Staff Housing Campus Housing Sales.
The information on this site includes sales of campus homes starting 1/1/2007
and is updated as escrow files are closed at Faculty Staff Housing.
The information on this website is provided by the residential leaseholders or their agents.
Stanford University does not in any way warrant the accuracy of the information contained
in the listings. There has been no independent investigation of the accuracy of
information provided by the residential leaseholders or their agents.
Notice Regarding Property Tax Assessments for Residential Leaseholds
The county assessor’s office establishes property tax assessments. Due to the nature of Stanford’s standard
leasehold transactions, the county assessor typically bases the buyer’s new assessed value (i.e., the new
Proposition 13 base year value) on off-campus comparable sales rather than the purchase prices of the standard
leaseholds. For standard leaseholds, the county assessor’s markup to the purchase price has not been uniform and
has been widely variant.
For restricted leaseholds, however, the county assessor’s markup to the purchase price typically has been uniform
(most recently, 2x the restricted leasehold purchase price for single-family homes and 1.67x for condominiums;
by way of an example, if the buyer pays $1,000,000 for a restricted leasehold interest in a single-family home,
then the buyer would pay property taxes on an assessed value of $2,000,000).
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All of the information on this page should be verified by the user for accuracy.
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.