A three-bedroom home on a large lot above downtown will be sold to a middle-income family. It’s the the Community Land Trust Association of West Marin’s second purchase property and its latest effort to expand affordable options.   David Briggs

It was the usual dance for Eric Oldmixon and his young family: spend months hunting for a rental, pack up and move somewhere new, then repeat the process when the landlord decided to sell the house or list it on Airbnb. 

Then, three years ago, the Community Land Trust Association of West Marin helped his family . . .

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