WORKING TOGETHER TO HELP ACHIEVE DREAMS OF HOMEOWNERSHIP

At Banc of California, we invest in our community and its economic development by providing crucial resources for affordable housing. Together with local organizations, we work to assist moderate-to-low-income households achieve their dreams of homeownership, build stronger neighborhoods, improve quality of life and revitalize communities.

CREATING SOLUTIONS TO EMPOWER YOU AND FIT YOUR NEEDS

Our affordable housing programs are created with our local communities in mind. Banc of California assists with construction or rehabilitation of owner-occupied housing and provides competitive solutions for real estate development businesses. With financial and service support, our real estate clients are able to contribute to the construction or rehabilitation of affordable housing. We take pride in financing unique projects that don’t fit within a traditional lender’s criteria that create assets communities deserve.

 

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FEATURED PARTNERS

THROUGH LOCAL PARTNERS, WE STRIVE TO BETTER THE LIVES OF OUR COMMUNITIES AND SUPPORT FAMILIES OF CALIFORNIA

OUR TEAM OF LOCAL RELATIONSHIP MANAGERS IS AN INDESPENSABLE RESOURCE

for acquiring and maintaining quality affordable housing. We partner with non profit organizations and local businesses to empower California.

Clearinghouse CDFI

Los Angeles, CA

This organization believes that creditworthy borrowers whose projects create assets in the community deserve to be considered for financing, for the times when traditional lenders can’t finance these projects because the borrower’s unique circumstances don’t fit within the lender’s criteria.

Habitat for Humanity of Orange County

Los Angeles, CA

Habitat for Humanity partners with people in communities, and all over the world, to help them build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.

Innovative Housing Opportunities

Innovative Housing Opportunities (IHO) is an affordable housing developer, engaged in the well-being of low- to moderate-income individuals and families. For over four decades, they have been committed to creating comprehensive community development and economic empowerment.

The Kennedy Commission

Irvine, CA

The Kennedy Commission is a community-based nonprofit that works with residents and community organizations to increase the production of homes affordable to lower-income households in Orange County.

PATH

PATH is ending homelessness for individuals, families, and communities by building affordable housing and providing supportive services throughout California.

American Family Housing

AFH provides a continuum of housing and an array of services to support homeless and low income families and adults to secure a stable home, to be an active part of their community, and to achieve a self-sustaining way of life.