“It is essential the city find new ways to increase the rate of home ownership through condo conversions, while protecting existing tenants. A careful, gradual way to increase ownership rates."

~ SPUR, San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association



By 2050, approximately two-thirds of the world's population will live in cities.  San Francisco ranks the #1 "City of the Future" and the tech capital of the world, consistently tops the list because of its strength in innovation (Business Insider, June 2017).

WHITE TIGER's vision is to revolutionize and forge how we think AND achieve home and property ownership in San Francisco, Oakland, Bay Area and California — realize the opportunity of home and property ownership and increase wealth while, at the same time, building a more vibrant and diverse communities. Our mission is "transforming properties, transforming lives" by creating more home ownership, build wealth with security  achieving the New American Dream.

It is essential the demand for market home ownership be balanced with the needs and rights of renters. It’s time for all of us to work together to make the housing market more equitable and accessible for all diverse generations.  We believe in fostering the growth of home ownership by transforming multi-family residential buildings into condo homes and building financial abundance for everyone.

Housing is imperative to the foundation of a strong city and economy.  A key element in achieving this goal is promoting home ownership through condo conversions.  “Home ownership creates stability of tenure and is one of the major ways that Americans build wealth and financial security,” the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR) stated. “Given the limited land supply in San Francisco, condominium conversion is viewed as an easier way to expand homeownership opportunities than through new construction.”   This same principle applies to other cities as well.

By joining together in this vision, let's step up and create winning opportunities for everyone — property owners, renters, and the community at large.