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.

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 needs to see a sign of hope.

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, transportation and medical care. It is estimated that 10-15 million households now pay more then 50 percent of their annual Read more…

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 the already mounting despair and chaos known as Urban Blight.