Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME)

Contact

Application, General Program, and Standard Agreements Questions
HOMENOFA@hcd.ca.gov

Loan Closing Questions
LoanClosing@hcd.ca.gov

Purpose

Assist cities, counties, developers, including Native American Entities, and nonprofit Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs) to create and retain affordable housing.

Assistance Type

Grants to cities and counties; low-interest loans to developers, including Native Americean Entities and state-certified CHDOs operating in State-eligible jurisdictions.

Terms 

At least 50 percent of funds will be awarded to rural applicants.

Most assistance is in the form of loans by city and county recipients to project developers to be repaid to local HOME accounts for reuse.

Rental developments are subject to terms contained in the Uniform Multifamily Regulations (UMRs), Title 25, commencing with section 8300. A minimum of 15 percent of total State HOME funds are set aside for CHDOs.

Eligible Activities

Housing rehabilitation, new construction, and acquisition and rehabilitation, for both single-family and multifamily projects, and predevelopment loans to CHDOs.  All activities must benefit lower-income renters or owners.

Eligible Applicants

Cities and counties that do not receive HOME funds directly from the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); developers, including Native Americean Entities and current State-certified nonprofit Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs) proposing activities in eligible communities.

HOME Program CHDO Certification/Recertification

Regulations

Get Funding

Applications are invited through the issuance of Notices of Funding Availability (NOFAs).

Current NOFA

Application due date: August 30, 2018 has passed. Please be sure you are subscribed to the HOME emailing list to receive notifications and announcements.

Reporting Requirements (Asset Management and Compliance)

Upon completed construction of your project and closing of your HCD permanent loan, oversight of your project and loan is transferred to HCD’s “Asset Management and Compliance (AMC)” section.

Visit Asset Management and Compliance to find:

  • Your reporting requirements
  • Forms
  • Additional resources
  • Who to contact if you have questions

Program Forms

Form fields on each of the documents listed below may be completed while open in your browser. Once completed, the document may be printed with the data you entered.

  • HOME-2 (XLS) — Quarterly Performance Report — Revised 04/2013
  • HOME-2A (XLS) — Quarterly Program Income Statement Report — Revised 10/2013
  • HOME-3 (DOC) — Project Funding Source Detail Listing — Revised 06/12/09
  • HOME-3A (DOC) — County Code Listing — Revised 10/29/09
  • HOME-4 (DOC) — Administrative Drawdown Request — Revised 12/11/14
  • HOME-5 (DOC) — Project Drawdown Request — Revised 01/29/14
  • HOME-6 (XLS) — Homeownership Project Set-Up and Completion Report — Revised 12/11/14
  • HOME-7 (DOC) — Homeownership Assistance Rental Housing Project Set-up Report — Revised 01/29/14
  • HOME-8 (XLS) — Tenant Based Rental Assistance Project Set-up Report — Revised 06/19/15
  • HOME-10 (XLS) — FTHB Project Set-Up/Completion Report — Revised 12/11/14
  • HOME-11 (XLS) — Rental Project Set-Up/Completion Report — Revised 04/27/2018

State Recipients who have been awarded HOME funds for Program Activities are required to complete each of the following applicable checklists as part of general set-up of the contract (Standard Agreement):

  • General Setup Conditions Checklist (Contact HOME Program Representative.)

Other

Annual Performance Reports (APR Forms)

  • Annual Performance Notification (DOC)
  • HOME Annual Performance Report 2017/2018 Workbook (XLS) - 05/23/2018
  • 6 forms listed in this workbook are:

    • Tab 1: APR Matrix
    • Tab 2: Attachment A, Annual Program Income Statement
    • Tab 3: Attachment B, Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and Women Business Enterprise (WBE)
    • Tab 4: Attachment D, Relocation and Real Property Acquisition
    • Tab 5: Attachment E, Demographic Analysis Report
    • Tab 6: Attachment F, Section 3 Summary Report

Stand-Alone Forms

APR Help Tools

Management Memos

Training and Technical Assistance

Uniform Multifamily Regulation

The Uniform Multifamily Regulations apply to HOME projects receiving awards after September 29, 2003.  Check the Uniform Multifamily Regulation page for more information.

HOME Recipient Representatives by County

See below maps of California showing HOME Representatives by County (with Phone Numbers and e-mail addresses).

HOME Contract Management Representatives Map

HOME Contract Management Representatives Map (PDF) Revised 7/2018

HOME Contract Management Manual

The Contract Management Manual is intended to assist our contractors.  However, if any part of this document is in conflict with the fully executed Standard Agreement, the State HOME Regulations or the Federal HOME Regulations, those documents shall prevail.

FAQ

For answers to our most frequently asked questions, please review our HOME FAQ (PDF)

 

Forms & Manuals

  • HOME-2—Quarterly Performance Report - Revised 4/2013 (XLS)
  • HOME-2A—Quarterly Program Income Statement Report – Revised 10/2013 (XLS)
  • HOME-3—Project Funding Source Detail Listing - Revised 6/12/09 (DOC)
  • HOME-3A—County Code Listing - Revised 10/29/09 (DOC)
  • HOME-4—Administrative Drawdown Request - Revised 12/11/14 (DOC)
  • HOME-5—Project Drawdown Request - Revised 1/29/14 (DOC)
  • HOME-6—Homeownership Project Set-Up and Completion Report - Revised 12/11/14 (XLS)
  • HOME-7—Homeownership Assistance Rental Housing Project Set-up Report - Revised 1/29/14 (DOC)
  • HOME-8—Tenant Based Rental Assistance Project Set-up Report - Revised 6/19/15 (XLS)
  • HOME-10—FTHB Project Set-Up/Completion Report - Revised 12/11/14 (XLS)
  • HOME-11—Rental Project Set-Up/Completion Report - Revised 4/27/2018 (XLS)
  • HOME Contract Management Manual

Helpful Websites

  • HUD CHDO Web Page (PDF)
    Note: HUD’s information addresses the federal CHDO definition and other requirements but does not address the State regulation requirements.