The WIN Project Program offers 25 years of experience as a non-profit developer specializing in high-impact affordable and general housing development projects in urban neighborhoods working as a partner to private developers and other developer agencies and municipalities.

100% affordable housing development will be built to affordability standards using the HUD HOMES guidelines for resale pricing and household income limits.

In addition, the WIN Project will work closely with Los Angeles County to assist low-income home buyers in accessing special homeownership programs, including First Home Mortgage Program and Home Ownership Program.

Homeownership Is Social Justice

“Homeownership needs to be a policy priority for anyone concerned with graduation rates, crime or poverty in the state.” – Daniel Macdonald, PHD., Assistant Professor of Economics, CSU San Bernardino Researchers at California State University, San Bernardino’s Department of Economics recently published “California Homeownership and Sociocultural Factors,” a study on the effects. The study found, increased homeownership in minority groups has a positive effect on high school graduation rates. This implies that increased homeownership among Read more…

Homeless Skyrocketed by 35%

Every night, an estimated 59,000 people sleep on the streets of Los Angeles ––a figure that’s skyrocketed by 35% in the last year alone. The problem is so bad that the mayor has declared a state of emergency, and in November, L.A. voters approved a $1.2 billion bond to build 10,000 apartment units over the next decade for the chronically homeless. However, it takes two to five years to build this kind of permanent housing Read more…

Happy Buyers

A once urban blight is now transformed into attractive affordable housing to be proud of, restoring the American Dream, home ownership, and stability, helping low and moderate-income families to achieve a reachable goal. Help buyers into progressive neighborhoods that bring people together, that promote pride and prosperity, that create local-job opportunities. Be a part of the effort turning communities into beautiful, energy-efficient neighborhoods.