• Community Vision Projects Gets Recognition and AwardsBy: NCCLF | July 10, 2013
    Category: Affordable Housing Lending Oakland San Francisco
    Community Vision is proud to have supported two affordable housing projects featured in this month’s Affordable Housing Finance magazine; Habitat for Humanity’s Daly City project and Oakland’s Lower San Antonio neighborhood Clinton Commons. Habitat for Humanity’s 36-unit condominium in Daly City is recognized for its evolution of multifamily development that steps outside of the organization’s… Read More
  • Sacramento Self Help Housing Receives a $75,000 Line of Credit from Community VisionBy: NCCLF | July 28, 2011
    Category: Affordable Housing Lending
    Sacramento Self Help Housing is a non-profit organization that works to improve the living conditions and increase the self-sufficiency of individuals living at or below the poverty level in the Sacramento area.  Sacramento Self Help Housing operates through two programs: Housing Resources and Friendship Housing.  Every month, Housing Resources obtains information regarding rental cost, policies… Read More
  • Community Vision’s Joshua Simon to Host Non-Profit Housing Brownbag LunchBy: NCCLF | July 11, 2011
    Category: Affordable Housing Community Vision Updates
    Joshua Simon, Community Vision’s director of real estate, will host the Brown Bag lunch on Thursday, August 18 from 12pm to 2pm at Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California. The workshop will discuss alternative resources to close the feasibility gap using Transit Oriented Affordable Housing funds, Transit Oriented Development acquisition loans, alternative cash flow sources… Read More
  • Napa Valley Community Housing Receives $880,000 in Loans from Community VisionBy: NCCLF | June 15, 2011
    Category: Affordable Housing Lending
    Napa Valley Community Housing is an organization that develops attractive, well-built, affordable housing for Napa County's low and moderate income residents. The organization plans and builds new housing, purchases existing distressed properties and rehabilitates them, and manages affordable rental units. Their management portfolio includes sixteen properties housing 1,750 residents, including 650 children, and over 200… Read More
  • Bay Area Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing FundBy: admin | May 12, 2011
    Category: Affordable Housing
    Transit-Oriented Development Investing in Strong Communities Equitable transit-oriented development (TOD) projects through Community Vision improve the lives of low income people and create healthier, financially strong and culturally vibrant communities by locating affordable housing and community services near public transit. Many low income people spend a disproportionate share of their income on costs related to… Read More