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The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD or Department) is pleased to announce the release of this Homeownership Super Notice of Funding Availability (HOSN or Super NOFA) for approximately $170 million in funds for the for the following programs:

• CalHome Program ($135 million)

• Joe Serna, Jr. Farmworker Housing Grant Program – Homeownership ($35 million)


This funding provides loans and grants to Local Public Entities and Nonprofits for Homeownership Development Projects, Self-Help Technical Assistance Projects, Mortgage Assistance Programs, Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation Programs, Shared Housing Programs and Programs for the Acquisition of Manufactured Housing for Agricultural Households. 

2023 HOSN Notice of Funding Availability (Round 7)

The Super NOFA is issued to distribute funds through a combination of HCD- administered homeownership programs. These programs are:  

• CalHome Program (CalHome) supports Homeownership programs aimed at lower and very low-income households, and in the case of a disaster, households at or below moderate income, and operated by private nonprofit and local government agencies, to increase homeownership, encourage neighborhood revitalization and sustainable development, and maximize use of existing homes.  

• Joe Serna, Jr. Farmworker Housing Grant Program (FWHG or Serna) supports development projects involving multiple home ownership units, including single-family subdivisions, for lower-income agricultural employees and their families, and programs that assist lower-income agricultural employees and their families to become or remain homeowners.  This Homeownership Super NOFA announces funding availability for two programs that in the past would have been announced separately. Consistent with the purposes of AB 434, defined below, funding for these two programs is being made available at the same time, and both programs are being administered consistent with CalHome.


Due: February 28, 2023



CalHOME Local Awards 2021 *

Habitat for Humanity of Tuolumne County    $500,000

* These projects are not affiliated with the CSCoC, but we applaud and support our local agencies.  These numbers are accurate as of April 2022.

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