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Housing Division

 San Vicente Townhomes The City of Soledad’s housing programs are implemented through the Soledad Community and Economic Development Department. The Housing Department also manages the Redevelopment Agency’s housing objectives and programs.

 

APPLICATIONS ARE NOT BEING ACCEPTED AT THIS TIME FOR THE HOUSING REHABILITATION, RESIDENTIAL FACADE AND FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYER PROGRAMSDUE TO THE STATE'S DECISION TO ELIMINATE THE SOLEDAD REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY WHICH PROVIDED STAFF SUPPORT AND RESOURCES FOR THIS PROGRAM.

Section 8 and Public Housing
The city does not manage Section 8 or public housing.  These two programs are managed by the Housing Authority of Monterey County. For more information about Section 8 and public housing, please contact the Housing Authority at (831) 775-5000.

 Resources For Residents

            134 E Rossi St,  Salinas, CA 
            Toll Free (800) 946-1911
            Rental Assitance (831) 424-9186
            Ownership Assistance (831) 757-4657
Keep Your Home California is a $2 billion, federally funded effort to help California families struggling to pay their mortgages through four different programs.  Each of the programs are designed specifically for low or moderate income homeowners who are either unemployed or are facing another financial hardship, have fallen behind on their mortgages and owe significantly more than the value of their home.

The Keep Your Home California programs provide:


- Mortgage assistance of up to $3,000 per month for unemployed homeowners who are in    imminent danger of defaulting on their home loans.

- Funds to help homeowners who have fallen behind on their mortgage payments due to a temporary change in a household circumstance.   The program will provide up to $15,000 per household to reinstate mortgages to prevent foreclosures.

 
- Funds to reduce the principal owed on a mortgage for a home where the homeowner is facing serious financial hardship and owes significantly more than the home is worth.  This program requires lenders to match any assistance provided for principal reduction.

- Transition assistance to help borrowers relocate to new housing situations after executing a short sale or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure program.


 Keep Your Home California

To Apply, Call Toll Free
888-954-KEEP (5337)


 Plans and Reports

Contact the City of Soledad
248 Main St.
P.O. Box 156
Soledad, CA 93960
Ph: (831) 223-5000
Fx: (831) 678-3965
Email: info@cityofsoledad.com
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