On October 30, Nevada County and USDA Rural Development teamed up to host a workshop in Grass Valley to discuss financial program opportunities available to Truckee and North Tahoe residents. The workshop introduced attendees to opportunities like single family housing direct home loans, guaranteed loans, and housing repair loans as well as grants for very-low to moderate income homebuyers and homeowners living in rural communities.
Housing policy is being decided regularly at public meetings across the region. Here are some upcoming meetings where elected officials will discuss and vote on housing issues. These meetings are open to the public, and when you show up and join the conversation, we all accelerate housing solutions together.
August 9, 2018, 6:00pm: Placer County North Tahoe Regional Municipal Advisory Council
North Tahoe Event Center, … Continue reading Mountain Housing Council Updates
Housing policy is being discussed and decided regularly at public meetings across the region. Here are some upcoming meetings where elected officials will vote on housing issues. These meetings are open to the public, and when you show up and join the conversation, we all accelerate housing solutions together.
July 24, 2018- The Placer County Board of Supervisors
Kings Beach Events Center,
Unaffordable housing is a problem for cities all across the western region of the United States. Addressing affordable housing is a top priority for the Town of Truckee, Nevada and Placer Counties who came together last year as partners in the Mountain Housing Council of Tahoe Truckee (MHC). The Council includes over twenty-five additional partners including regional special districts, nonprofits organizations, businesses,
1. Master Lease
Business owners and employers have begun implementing master lease programs. Establishing relationships with either individual property owners, or a property management business, those employers lease properties and then sub-lease to their employees. By taking on fiscal responsibility and guaranteeing that the homes will be well maintained, employers can secure housing that may not have otherwise been part of the long-term rental market.