CalHFA in the News

2019

September

August

July

Bel-Vue Apartments downtown ready to start taking tenants
(Sacramento Business Journal, July 31, 2019)

Seniors start moving into affordable housing complex
(Ramona Sentinel, July 25, 2019)

National MI Receives Approval to Insure CalHFA Loans
(Business Insider, July 15, 2019)

A conversation with California Treasurer Fiona Ma
(San Diego Union-Tribune, July 12, 2019)

California agency helps record 11,000 low-income buyers enter market
(National Mortgage News, July 3, 2019)

CalHFA Helps Record 11,000th Homebuyer in One Year
(Business Wire, July 2, 2019)

Investing in California’s Future
(Richmond Review, July 1, 2019)

June

May

April

March

February

Newsom's Key Hires & Advisors Include Some of California's Most Influential African-Americans in State Government
(Black Voice News, February 27, 2019)

Governor Newsom Announces Appointment: Tia Boatman-Patterson as Senior Advisor on Housing
(South Bay (L.A.) Community News, February 20, 2019)

California Housing Finance Agency accepting applications for new multi-family program
(Woodland Daily Democrat, February 15, 2019)

California Expands Affordable Housing Finance Incentives
(Multi-Housing News, February 8, 2019)

State launches new fund for mixed-income housing
(Sacramento Business Journal, February 6, 2019)

California Housing Finance Agency Accepting Applications for New Multifamily Mixed-Income Program
(AP News, February 5, 2019)

California needs more ‘pure vanilla’ housing for seniors
(Marin Independent Journal, February 4, 2019)

Governor offers firm foundation for affordable housing
(San Jose Mercury News, February 4, 2019)

274 units of housing approved in Downtown Berkeley amid controversy
(Daily Californian, February 4, 2019)

A dark side to the California dream: How the state Constitution makes affordable housing hard to build
(L.A. Times, February 4, 2019)

How ‘unaffordable’ is Southern California housing?
(L.A. Daily News, February 4, 2019)

New governor makes housing a priority
(Sacramento Business Journal, February 1, 2019)

Three ways Gov. Newsom can address California’s housing crisis
(Sacramento Bee, February 1, 2019)

Chairman Crapo Releases Outline for Housing Finance Reform
(Press Release, February 1, 2019)

Pismo Beach has $3.5 million for affordable housing, but developers aren’t biting
(San Luis Obispo Tribune, February 1, 2019)

Housing still costs a fortune in California. Will Gavin Newsom’s plan fix that?
(Sacramento Bee, February 1, 2019)

Santa Clara approves 361-home development centered around urban farm
(Silicon Valley Business Journal, February 1, 2019)

Merced less affordable than many Valley cities, including Fresno, Clovis, Modesto, study says
(Merced Sun-Star, February 1, 2019)

Housing Bond Gives Help To First-Time Home Buyers In South Bay
(CBS SF Bay Area, February 1, 2019)

January