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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.
Residential Rent Registry Report
The City’s second annual Residential Rent Registry Program report is now available for review. Effective July 1, 2021, the program requires that all landlords of multifamily complexes with four or more units register with the City on an annual basis. The 2022 report builds upon and includes year-over-year comparisons to the baseline data obtained in 2021. The 2022 report analyzes tenancies and rents in Concord, provides a landlord registration and program compliance analysis, and includes neighborhood maps with the locations of the registered multifamily complexes.
Also attached is the raw data spreadsheet from which the current report is derived. Per City Council's direction, identifying information and unit-specific rent information has been redacted from the spreadsheet.
In a continued effort to protect Concord tenants, Concord's Residential Tenant Anti-Harassment ordinance (Concord Municipal Code 19.50) became effective on July 28, 2022. The purpose of the ordinance is to prevent landlords and their representatives from harassing their tenants, to encourage landlords to follow the law and uphold their responsibility to provide habitable rental properties, and to give tenants legal recourse through the adopted Ordinance when they are subjected to harassment by owners.
The ordinance is the result of collaborative effort that considered input received from tenant advocate groups and landlord representatives, and hours of public testimony.
If you are a residential tenant or a landlord with compliance concerns, please contact ECHO Housing at (925) 732-3919 or at echofairhousing.org.
The City has produced an English/Spanish flyer that details the program highlights.
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.
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Residential tenant protection program
Updated October 19, 2020
On Tuesday, July 28, 2020, Concord City Council adopted the Residential Tenant Protection Program to be effective August 28, 2020, and allows for, among other things: relocation assistance for no-fault just cause evictions; requires that a tenant be provided a written lease with the appropriate minimum lease terms; and sunsets on January 1, 2030. For more information, please visit the Tenant & Landlord Resources page.
ECHO Housing is Concord's tenant and landlord service provider. For additional information on any of Concord's tenant and landlord programs and policies, please contact ECHO Housing at 1-925-732-3919 or firstname.lastname@example.org.