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Developing Affordable Property for California

Monthly archive September, 2011

SUPPORT THE LIHTC TODAY

Nearly 400 affordable housing supporters have signed on to the Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition’s (AHTCC’s) rebuttal of a proposal to eliminate the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC), proposed last week by Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla. There is still time for LIHTC supporters to co-sign the rebuttal document; groups interested in adding their names to...

CALIF. SUPREME COURT HALTS REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY DISMANTLING

The California Supreme Court today issued a partial stay that halts the dismantling of California’s redevelopment agencies. The stay is in response to a lawsuit, California Redevelopment Association. v. Matosantos, which challenges the validity of eliminating the redevelopment agencies. Under the order, redevelopment agencies are still barred from incurring new indebtedness, transferring assets, acquiring real...
Communities Celebrate

Communities Celebrate

The Win Project brings together community leaders and buyers to rejoice the victory over inflated housing pricing finding the alternative — affordable housing.  In these days and times, we still need more support.  It’s an uphill battle but we are contributing to bring smiles to everyone’s faces.
We have Great Builders

We have Great Builders

Our Contractor Partners are licensed, experienced, and dependable.  Building for years, they have the network of local workers to insure that we can give back to community where we are building.  They use the best materials and know how to build for less guaranteeing to keep our costs down so we can continue to offer...

Vacant Lot to a New Home

The Win Project develops for the community from vacant land to building a new and affordable living space which has been proven to be a greatly needed community service.      
Helping Our Children

Helping Our Children

The Win Project makes it a priority to develop affordable housing and to change the neighborhoods in which our children live in. We are reaching out to communities educating and providing our affordable opportunities.  Transforming urban blight has a positive effect on the performance of our kids in those communities.
Revitalization Works

Revitalization Works

Our Bank Partners Chase Bank Community Revitalization Program, Wells Fargo Foundation, Bank of America Community Development, and TDA  Grant assist us in the quest to provide lower income families access to fit, decent, safe, substantial and affordable housing.
Rebuilding America

Rebuilding America

An important step to recovery is to rebuild.  Dilapidated structures do not help the community to respond to the ever present need to establish hope, and so, we will continue to remodel and develop in areas that need our help.  The effect is positive and powerful for the community.  It shows progress and fortitude. Everyone...
Affordable Housing

Affordable Housing

Our neighborhoods in distress need affordable housing now. Our neighborhoods are suffering not only by urban blight but by the price of living. Generally, affordability means paying no more than 30 percent of your annual income. Families who pay more are considered to be burdened and will most definitely have it rough affording food, clothing,...
Urban Blight

Urban Blight

In California, families spend 50%  of their income on housing.  Many are forced to move if they cannot meet the demands of the bills incurred, and so, they move to overcrowded and substandard housing leaving the resident abandoned. In the mist of communities lies the abandoned properties and vacant land usually in disrepair adding to...
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