Making affordable housing opportunities more accessible to Los Angeles residents is core to our mission. However, we do not own or manage rental or ownership properties. Our role is to provide the funding and partner with developers and social services agencies to build, preserve and maintain quality affordable housing. We also refer residents to the right resources so they can find the best fit for their needs whether they are looking for rental units or to buy a home.
Here is an example of how our work impacts lives. Our Affordable Housing Trust Fund provided funding to developer partner Urban Housing Communities to build Crossings at 29th Street.
For low-income homebuyers
You may qualify for financial assistance when buying your first home if you meet certain income requirements. Learn more about our Low Income Purchase Assistance program.
Accessible and affordable housing databases
HCIDLA offers the ability to search and apply online for accessible housing. In addition, in partnership with the County of Los Angeles, is offered an online affordable housing listing service. These free services provide lists and information about affordable and accessible residential rental properties.
Section 8 and Public Housing
Please visit Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (hacla.org) to learn more about Section 8 and Public Housing.which owns and manages public housing.
Affordable Housing Commission
The Affordable Housing Commission consist of seven volunteer Commissioners that meet monthly to discuss strategic policy opportunities to improve and expand affordable housing opportunities in LA.
The Occupancy Monitoring Unit is responsible for annual verification of tenant income and rent limits for all properties with a recorded HCIDLA regulatory agreement or covenant.
If you would like to speak with a live person about affordable housing opportunities, please call our toll-free hotline at (866) 557-7368 or visit one of our public counters located throughout LA.