Housing Resources

The following are active programs for various cities in Orange County, CA. To learn more about the various programs, click on the program below.

  • City of Anaheim: Downpayment Assistance
    The Community & Economic Development Department implements a variety of programs to foster a better quality of life. These programs create new residential opportunities, revitalize neighborhoods and create job training opportunities. Click here for more information.
    Anaheim
    Anaheim
  • City of Buena Park: Multi-Family Rental Rehabilitation Program
    The City of Buena Park is committed to providing decent and adequate housing for all persons. We aggressively are working on expanding the supply of housing for low and moderate-income households. Click here for more information.
    Buena Park
    Buena Park
  • City of Buena Park: Community Development Block Grant & HOME Program
    The Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) is authorized under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), through the federal budget process, allocates funds to communities who carry out the national objectives of the CDBG program: to benefit Low-Moderate Income persons, prevent or eliminate slums or blight, or to meet an urgent community need. Seventy percent (70%) of funds benefit persons of 80% median income or less. Applications for funding projects are conducted annually. The Citizen Advisory Committee makes recommendations to City Council on the projects for this program. Click here for more information.
    Buena Park
    Buena Park
  • City of Buena Park: First Time Home Buyer Program
    The City of Buena Park First-Time Homebuyer Program provides assistance to first-time homebuyers through a deferred 30-year second mortgage loan of up to a maximum of $60,000 at 3% simple interest. The funds may be used toward the purchase of a single-family home or condominium/townhome in Buena Park. The borrower must provide a minimum 3% down payment to participate in the program. This program utilizes CalHome funding and is limited to those at or below 80% of the Area Median Income of Orange County as determined by HUD. Click here for more information.
    Buena Park
    Buena Park
  • City of Brea: Homebuyer Assistance Program
    The city has in effect an Affordable Housing Ordinance, which requires most new residential developments to provide at least 10% of their units for sale at affordable below-market prices to qualified buyers. The city maintains a waiting list of applicants interested in this program. Completing and returning the Homebuyer Assistance Program application will place your name on the list for all affordable purchase opportunities, both current and future. Click here for more information.
    Brea
    Brea
  • City of Brea: Housing Rehabilitation Program

    Brea’s Housing Rehab Program can help you finance many of your home’s repairs, such as roof leaks, cracks, termite damage, plumbing leaks, water damage, electrical problems, etc. The City of Brea manages federal funds, allocated through the County of Orange, to help Brea families finance home repairs. Program funds are based on availability and applicants must meet income and other general criteria, such as:

    * Home must be in the City of Brea
    * Owner must live in the home
    * Occupants must meet the County's low income requirements (listed in the tables below)

    Click here for more information.
    Brea
    Brea
  • City of Brea: Low and Moderate Income Rental Programs
    The Economic Development Division has provided financial assistance to many apartment complexes in Brea to establish rent-restricted programs throughout the city. ALL PROGRAMS ARE FULL TO CAPACITY. A waiting list has been established for each program, with income and rent guidelines which differ from complex to complex.

    Click here for more information.
    Brea
    Brea
  • City of Brea: Senior Rental Programs
    The following senior apartment complexes offer rent-restricted programs. You must contact the manager at each complex for which you wish to be placed on the waiting list. Click here for more information.
    Brea
    Brea
  • City of Costa Mesa: Housing and Community Development
    Housing and Community Development (HCD) is responsible for planning and managing several federal and state grants, including the Community Development Block Grant, the HOME Partnership Grant, and the Low-Mod Housing Fund. Click here for more information.
    Costa Mesa
    Costa Mesa
  • City of Costa Mesa: Public Service Grants Program
    The federal government allows entitlement communities such as Costa Mesa to spend up to 15% of an annual federal grant allocation for public services, provided that a majority of clients assisted by such services meet government's definition of a low- or moderate-income household (household income does not exceed 80% of the county median income). Click here for more information.
    Costa Mesa
    Costa Mesa
  • City of Garden Grove: Housing Authority
    The Garden Grove Housing Authority operates under federal grants received from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to provide rental subsidies to low-income families. The program assists over 2,300 families with their monthly rent.

    Families qualify for rental subsidies based on their income. Once eligibility is determined, families are authorized to seek privately owned rental units.

    Due to a long waiting list, the Housing Authority accepts new applications for the program only periodically. A public announcement is made when the program is open to new applicants. Click here for more information.
    Garden Grove
    Garden Grove
  • City of Huntington Beach: Inclusionary Housing Program
    The City provides for affordable low, median, or moderate income families through a City-wide Inclusionary Housing Program. Homes become available for purchase by eligible buyers when new developments are built or when existing homeowners decide to sell. Click here for more information.
    Huntington Beach
    Huntington Beach
  • City of Santa Ana: Homeownership Programs & Home Purchase Opportunities
    The City of Santa Ana has programs to assist households to purchase homes. One option would be to apply for one of the City’s downpayment assistance programs. Another is to purchase an affordable home developed in partnership with a developer and the City and/or Redevelopment Agency. For all City homeownership programs, applicants must complete a pre-purchase homebuyer counseling program. Click here for more information.
    Santa Ana
    Santa Ana
  • City of Santa Ana: Housing Authority
    Our program provides rental assistance through the Housing Choice Voucher Program. The Housing Choice Voucher Program is the federal government's largest program for assisting very low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled to afford healthy and safe housing in the private market. With a housing voucher, participants are able to choose their own housing, including single-family homes, townhomes and apartments. Housing assistance is then provided on behalf of the family or individual to the landlord. Click here for more information.
    Santa Ana
    Santa Ana
  • City of Santa Ana: NSP 1 & 2 (Neighborhood Stabilization Program)
    Communities across the country have been severely impacted by mortgage foreclosures and declining property values. In response, Congress passed the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 which funded the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) to help revitalize and stabilize impacted communities. The purpose of NSP is to provide targeted assistance to state and local governments to acquire and redevelop foreclosed homes and residential properties that might otherwise become sources of blight within their communities. Click here for more information.
    Santa Ana
    Santa Ana
  • City of Westminster: First Time Home Buyer Program
    The Housing and Grants Division of the Community Development Department is committed to providing programs and services designed to improve Westminster neighborhoods and the community’s supply of affordable housing for all residents. Utilizing multiple funding sources, the division offers a variety of tools residents can use to improve their homes and neighborhoods. Click here for more information. Click here for a brochure of the program.
    Westminster
    Westminster
  • HUD Approved Counseling Centers
    HUD's mission is to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes for all. HUD is working to strengthen the housing market to bolster the economy and protect consumers; meet the need for quality affordable rental homes; utilize housing as a platform for improving quality of life; build inclusive and sustainable communities free from discrimination, and transform the way HUD does business. Click here for more information.
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