We have received a new allocation of $25.7 million for the City’s Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) Program. If you are a first-time, low- or moderate-income homebuyer, the MCC Program can help you achieve your dream of owning your first home! T
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. To help out human trafficking survivors, Councilwoman Nury Martinez is holding her annual toiletry drive:
Crisis. A term quite commonly used, particularly in Los Angeles when the topic turns to homelessness and lack of affordable housing.
A message from HCIDLA General Manager Rushmore D. Cervantes pertaining to the implications of House Tax Reform Bill (H.R. 1) and how it might affect affordable housing going forward:
The City of Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department (HCIDLA) invites the public, including interested community groups and businesses, to participate in three public hearings to be held for the purpose of learning and commenting on h
We are excited to announce the REOPENING of the Moderate Income Purchase Assistance (MIPA) program.