We use transformative housing finance and public and private partnerships to create more equitable and affordable communities. As a certified CDFI (Community Development Financial Institution), we lead the greater Bay Area in delivering innovative financial solutions and creating a strong affordable housing market.
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Invested in Affordable Housing
Housing Opportunities Created Since 2000
People Helped to Find Housing
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This past fiscal year has been a busy one across the 13-county greater Bay Area and Sacramento, with the Apple Affordable Housing Fund, Google’s Launch Initiative, Supportive Housing Fund, TECH Fund, Sonoma County Housing Fund, Monterey Bay Housing Trust, and more.
Great Minds Tackle Big Challenges
Using innovation and strong partnerships to tackle the Bay Area housing crisis
Our innovative investment options help make our communities affordable, sustainable, and vibrant.
When developers partner with a lender, affordable housing becomes a reality.
We believe communities prosper when people can own a home in places that matter to them.
News and Updates
2023 Annual Report is Live
Our 2023 Housing Trust Silicon Valley Annual Report is hot off the press! It’s been an amazing year, and we are excited to show you what we’ve accomplished together. https://housingtrustsv.org/annualreport/2023/ Take a look and meet the neighbors whose lives have changed as a result of our collective work. People like Issac, who dealt with addiction,…
Just Funded: Five Projects with EAH Housing
We are excited to share that we recently originated a $3.5 million unsecured revolving line of credit to EAH Housing, which will create more than 400 new affordable homes for our community members in the following counties across the Bay Area: Alameda County, Contra Costa County, Marin County, Monterey County, and Solano County. The funds…
Empowered by Home: From Section 8 Housing to First-Time Homeownership
Michael remembers the days of growing up in section 8 housing in Los Angeles and living on food stamps. His parents, both immigrants from Vietnam, worked hard to provide for their family of five and teach their children the power of perseverance. As the eldest son, Michael became the first in his family to meet…