CITY OF LA HELPING LOW-INCOME, FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYERS. They offer a purchase assistance program for first-time, low income homebuyers to help them finance their first home.FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR LOW INCOME HOMEBUYERS. The Low Income Purchase Assistance Program helps first-time, low income homebuyers purchase homes by providing loans to cover the down payment, acquisition, and closing costs.
The Glendale Housing Authority Homeless Incentive Program (HIP) offers monetary incentives to encourage landlords to rent their available units to the Glendale Housing Authority homeless Continuum of Care Voucher holders. Funding for the program comes as part of the Homeless Prevention Initiative (HPI) Measure H Funding. Holding Fees, Payment of Rental Application Fees, Move-In Assistance, and Damage Claims. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 818-548-3720.
The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) has been a leader in the fight to end Homelessness and has implemented measures to accomplish this goal. HACLA has partnered with the Housing Authority of the County of Los Angeles (HACOLA) to provide homeless incentive payments to private landlords to house applicants from HACLA’s homeless housing assistance programs. HACOLA will transfer City funds to HACLA, who will issue a check directly to a landlord upon receiving the HIP request.
Hold Incentive: Receive up to one month's rent, per vacant unit held, based on the number of bedrooms and current Fair Market Rents (FMR).
We are pleased to announce the Housing Authority of the City of Long Beach (HACLB) is a sub recipient of funds through the Los Angeles County’s recently passed Measure H funding, which aims to support persons experiencing homelessness. The intent of this program is to provide additional resources to assist those in search of housing, while encouraging landlord acceptance of subsidized tenants who have been issued vouchers.
Santa Monica New Hope Apartments is a 25-unit low-income apartment community located just a short distance away from the 10 freeway in the city of Santa Monica and within walking distance to shops, restaurants, movie theaters, the beach and public transportation. We have professionally landscaped grounds, gated parking and a large community room for our residents’ enjoyment. Each apartment includes air conditioning/heating, a laundry washer/dryer and a full kitchen with a stove and refrigerator as well as grab bars in the bathrooms for our residents’ convenience.
Head of household must be at least 18 years-old and diagnosed with HIV/AIDS at time application is submitted. Household income must not exceed 50% of the HUD annual income limits. Rent is based on 30% of adjusted gross income.
Now accepting applications for 2 bedroom units. Please submit the completed HOUSING APPLICATION
via Email, Fax, or Mail.
Mail: TELACU Property Management
1248 Goodrich Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90022
Project New Hope promotes and provides safe affordable housing and supportive services, for low and moderate income individuals or families with disabilities (such as HIV/AIDS) and Seniors, living in Southern California. Applications available at http://www.chirpla.org/sites/chirpla.org/files/u107/S%2BC%20Housing%20Application_0.pdf