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The Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) is recruiting for an Executive Director.
SAN JOSE, Calif. ― August 26, 2015 ― In an effort to begin closing the widening gap between federal housing assistance and skyrocketing rents in Silicon Valley, the Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) is raising the maximum monthly rental housing assistance for Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) program participants to 110 percent of the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) fair market rents. This move will bring rent relief for approximately 5,670 families with
SCCHA Announces PBV Solicitation Timeline, MidPen Housing Builds 58 New Affordable Rental Homes at Onizuka Crossing in Sunnyvale, SCCHA Wins NAHRO 2015 Award of Merit for MTW University, SCCHA Awarded 113 New HUD-VASH Vouchers; Begins Lease to Vets, Katherine Harasz Appointed to Interim Executive Director.
Housing Authority Promotes New Construction with Release of up to 1,000 New Project-Based Housing Vouchers.
SCCHA Continues Push to Increase Affordable Housing, Local Support for MTW Contract Extension to 2018, SCCHA Releases up to 1,000 Additional Project-Based Vouchers, SCCHA Makes Academic Scholarships Available for Tenants, State Needs More Than 1.5 Million Affordable Rental Homes
Landlord Survey Provides Insights for Improvement.
Steps to Request a Rent Increase.
Policy Changes Affect Landlords.
Tenant Affordability Determined Case-by-Case.
List Your Units on GoSection 8.
(Updated) The Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) is now accepting applications for its Strive scholarship program. Strive was created to provide post-secondary educational financial assistance for Section 8 tenants or tenants of rental properties owned or affiliated with SCCHA.
SAN JOSE, Calif. ― May 19, 2015 ― In an effort to help increase the supply of affordable housing and serve more low-income families in Silicon Valley’s increasingly hot rental market, the Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) today announced plans to begin the process of releasing up to 1,000 additional federal Section 8 project-based rental housing vouchers to selected housing developers and property owners through a competitive request for proposals process.