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The Housing Division is responsible for the administration of the City’s federally funded Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program, as well as the following programs funded by the City of Cupertino budget: Below Market Rate (BMR) Affordable Housing Fund (AHF) Program, Human Service Grants (HSG) Program and other contracted affordable housing programs and services that serve low and moderate-income households.

The Veranda- Affordable Senior Housing Development

The Application Period is CLOSED.

About the Community:
The Veranda Apartments is comprised of nineteen (19) apartments; eighteen (18) will be age-restricted for seniors 62 and older and there will be one apartment for onsite staff. The senior apartments will be approximately 350 square feet with complete kitchens and handicapped accessible bathrooms.

Note: Twelve apartments will be rented to the public. Six apartments are reserved for homeless seniors with disabilities that will be referred from the County of Santa Clara.

Please contact Charities Housing for more information. 
Temporary leasing phone number: (408) 816-8377
theveranda@charitieshousing.org

 Veranda

City of Cupertino Below Market Rate (BMR) Rental & Purchase Program

The 2019 Waitlist is closed.

For more information, contact Hello Housing:

http://www.hellohousing.org/stewardship/cupertino/
Cupertino@hellohousing.org
(415) 863-3036 (messages returned within 36-48 hours)

BMR Program Informational Workshop- 9/10/18 Presentation

The waitlist application period for the BMR Rental and Purchase Program is open annually during the month of October. Eligibility Forms will be accepted on the first business day of October annually and will close on the last business day of October annually. Anyone who wishes to be included on the waitlist must apply each year within this time frame, including those who were on the waitlist in previous years. Each eligibility form will be separated into a subgroup based on priority points. For applicants reapplying for a position on the waitlist, the applicant will maintain their current position on the waitlist from the previous year, provided the applicant continues to qualify for a BMR unit and their priority points remain unchanged. Applicants who are no longer income eligible, or who do not reapply, will be removed from the waitlist each year. Applicants for the BMR Purchase Program are encouraged to attend a First Time Homebuyer Certificate from a HUD certified agency.

Santa Clara County Measure A- Affordable Housing Bond NOFA

The City’s NOFA/RFP is issued in conjunction with the County’s NOFA for the Measure A- Affordable Housing Bond.  Measure A funding is available on a rolling basis for development capital funding, project based vouchers, and acquisition funding.  Information and applications are available on the County’s website: https://www.sccgov.org/sites/osh/HousingandCommunityDevelopment/Documents/2016MeasureA_NOFA.pdf

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