Home Buyers Assistance Programs PDF Print E-mail

The City of Covina does not finance a First Time Homebuyers Program.  Covina participates with Los Angeles County to provide access to First Time Homebuyer Programs. Programs offered:

  • The Home Ownership Program (HOP)
  • The Mortgage Credit Certificate Program (MCC)
  • The Southern California Home Financing Authority (SCHFA)

The programs are offered through participating lenders.  Limited funds are available.  To find out more information, access the County website at www.lacdc.org or call (626) 262-4510.

There is also assistance offered through National Homebuyers Fund (NHF).  It is not necessary to be a first-time homebuyer to qualify for the following programs:

  •  The CHF Platinum Program
  • The CHF Access Program

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AB 987 Affordable Housing Database, PDF Print E-mail
a Public Database of Affordable Units and Enforceability

 In accordance with the provisions of AB 987, a worksheet describing existing new and substantially rehabilitated housing units that were either developed or otherwise assisted with Low- and Moderate-Income Housing Funds, has been prepared and posted for public review.  Please see the file linked below.

Also, in accordance with the law, this database does not include any property used to confidentially house victims of domestic violence.

Please be aware that this is simply a listing of affordable housing that has been assisted with low- to moderate-income housing funds: it is not a listing of currently available housing. To determine whether there are vacancies at any of the rental locations, please contact the apartment sites directly

Click here for the database

 
Covina Housing Rehabilitation Program PDF Print E-mail

Owner-occupied homes that are in need of repair are eligible for the CDBG-funded housing rehabilitation program. Households must qualify by income, earning no more than 80% of median income.

Funds are available to assist with health and safety-related repairs, in a combination of grants and loans. As the project is federally-funded, lead based paint and asbestos testing is completed before repairs can commence. There is currently a waiting list for this program. For more information, contact Nuala Gasser at the Covina Housing Division at (626) 384-5442, or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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