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East Palo Alto Community Alliance Neighborhood Development Organization

 "To create and maintain affordable housing and to promote community and economic development."

We are achieving this by:

  1. Developing affordable housing
  2. Providing home ownership and financial literacy education to residents
  3. Rehabilitating existing apartment units in the community (Clarke Avenue & Light Tree)

By creating new construction or through rehabilitation of existing units with the intent of making the dwelling as affordable as possible, our ON GOING PROGRAMS AND SERVICES are:

  • Home buyer Education Workshops
  • Credit/Budget Workshops
  • Financial Literacy Workshops
  • Pre-Purchase Counseling
  • Credit Counseling

Important Dates:

Homebuyer workshop
Financial Literacy March 16, 2009, April 6, 2009, April 13, 2009
Homebuyer April 21 & 23, 2009

Affordable Home Ownership in Menlo Park

Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco has a 3-bedroom, 1-bathroom home with yard for sale in Belle Haven this Spring!  Habitat for Humanity partners with working families and the community to provide successful first-time homeownership opportunities.  Homes are sold for no profit and with zero-interest mortgages.
All interested families are invited to attend an orientation to hear about the Habitat program and to pick up an application.
Who is eligible to buy a Habitat home?
• First-time homebuyers.
• Wage earners who are legal permanent residents or U.S. citizens.
• Selection preference given to waitlist for Menlo Park's below market rate (BMR) housing and those who live or work in Menlo Park.
• Households who have lived together for one year with an annual gross income within the following range, defined by the Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD):

How do I apply?
Applications can be obtained at one of the orientation meetings at Onetta Harris Community Center: 
Menlo Park Senior Center
110 Terminal Ave
Menlo Park, CA 94025
(behind Onetta Harris Community Center)
  Thursday, April 23rd    Saturday, April 25th
       6:00 - 8:00 pm        12:00 - 3:00 pm
Applications are only available at orientations.  Orientations are conducted in English and a translator should accompany all non-English speaking applicants.  As space is limited, we ask that only one applicant per family attend the meeting.  Dates and locations for Application Turn-in Workshops will be distributed at the orientations.
For more information and a list of  program requirements, please visit our website at www.habitatgsf.org
For questions about the orientation, the development, or directions, please call (650) 568-7322.


important dates