Housing & Community Services Division
Concord is a great community and we want to do our part to make it even better for you! Our goal in the Housing and Community Services Division is to keep you informed about the City’s housing assistance programs, projects, and available resources.
Rent Stabilization and Just Cause for Eviction
CONCORD CITY COUNCIL VOTES TO INTRODUCE ORDINANCE ON RENT STABILIZATION, JUST CAUSE FOR EVICTION
New Below Market-Rate Homeownership Opportunity - Lottery Results Available
The City of Concord is excited to introduce a new Below-market Rate Homeownership (BMR) opportunity located within the Bancroft Grove subdivision at 1881 Whitman Road.
This newly constructed four-bedroom home is available to households earning 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI) or below. The sales price of the home is $360,000.
80% Area Median Income Allowance
The home is being sold through a lottery process. The application deadline was December 15, 2023 by 5:00 p.m. The lottery was held on December 21, 2023 at 11:30 a.m. The lottery results and video are now available for viewing below. BAAHA will notify applicants of lottery results via email.
For More Information:
Bancroft BMR info: https://www.myhomegateway.org/concord_whitmanbmr.html For questions regarding the Bancroft Grove BMR homeownership, please contact BAAHA by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For First Time Homebuyer Education Workshops please contact one of the agencies listed below to sign up for one of their upcoming workshops or visit BAAHA's website for a complete list of agencies.
- ECHO Housing
- A1 Community Services
Para información en español sobre el BMR y el taller informatico, envíe un correo electrónico a A-1 Community Housing Services a email@example.com o llámenos al 510-674-9227 opción 3.
Concord Community Resources
View listing of agencies who receive funding from the City of Concord for local resources and services in the community.
CA Mortgage Relief Program Expands Eligibility
The California Mortgage Relief Program supports homeowners who have fallen behind on their housing payments due to pandemic-related hardships. The program will help homeowners make past due housing payments - up to a maximum of $80,000 per household - by making a one-time direct payment to the mortgage servicers. Importantly, this is not a loan and will not need to be paid back.
According to a appears to be an empty link with target https://camortgagerelief.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/June-2022-Press-Release-English.pdf June 14 press release, the program has modified the past-due requirement to include homeowners who missed payments in the first half of 2022, expanded the income eligibility, and will now cover past-due property taxes for more homeowners.
The California Mortgage Relief Program is funded by the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act’s Homeowners Assistance Fund, and it is being run through the California Housing Finance Agency.