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CalHFA supports the needs of renters and homebuyers
What’s New at CalHFA
- Program Bulletin #2016-17 – CalHFA Adds Additional Rate Lock Option
- Program Bulletin #2016-16 – Update to the CalHFA Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) Tax Credit Program Fees
- Program Bulletin #2016-15 – Expansion of and Updates to the Extra Credit Teacher Home Purchase Program (ECTP)
- Program Bulletin #2016-14 – Updated Sales Price Limits for the CalHFA Mortgage Credit Certificate Tax Credit Program
- Program Bulletin #2016-13 – Updated Income Limits for all CalHFA Loan Programs and CalHFA Mortgage Credit Certificate Tax Credit Program
- Press Release 2016-06-30 – California Celebrates a Successful Homeownership Month
- Program Bulletin #2016-12 – Updates to Annual Lender Recertifications
- Press Release 2016-06-21 – CalHFA Approved to Borrow from Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco
- Request For Qualifications. Legal Counsel Services
- NCSHA Press Release. HUD affirms HFAs’ ability to provide down payment assistance.
- Program Bulletin #2016-11 – CalHFA Announces New Options for ZIP Down Payment Assistance and Changes to the MyHome Program
- Program Bulletin #2016-10 – Acceptance of Mortgage Electronic Registration System (MERS) for all CalHFA Subordinate Loans
- Program Bulletin #2016-09 – CalHFA Announces Additional Master Servicer
- Press Release 2016-04-05 – CalHFA Expands Program to Help More Southern California Residents Become Homeowners
- Press Release 2016-04-05 – CalHFA Expands Program to Help More Californians Become Homeowners
- Get to know CalHFA and our programs by viewing our Video Library .
Hardship Foreclosure Assistance
- Are you experiencing financial hardship and having difficulties making your mortgage payment? Visit CalHFA’s Hardship Assistance Page to view options available to you.
- Keep Your Home California programs are designed for homeowners who are struggling to pay their mortgages.
- The Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) is available on loans owned by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. If these loans were insured by the California Housing Loan Insurance Fund they may be eligible to have existing mortgage insurance transferred to a new refinance loan.