Priority is given to income eligible existing Campbell residents (second) and income eligible persons employed within the city limits of the City of Campbell (third). First priority (for up to 10% of all affordable units) is provided to income eligible employees of the 'City of Campbell' per the Campbell Municipal Code. If you do not fall into one of the three priority categories, you may still be able to acquire an affordable unit if the City is not able to allocate the unit to a household that does have priority.
The City of Campbell does not have rent control. However, the City encourages property owners to limit rent increases to fair and reasonable amounts, provide greater than minimum advance notice of increases, limit the number of rent increases in any one year to as few as possible, provide well maintained living units, discourage retaliatory evictions, and cooperate with their tenants toward resolving any disputes.
In cooperation with the City, Project Sentinel will provide information, counseling, conciliation and mediation services to residents and owners of rental property in the City of Campbell.
First Time Home Buyer Programs Following state legislation to balance California’s budget, the City of Campbell no longer has housing funds to directly provide first time home buyer loans. However, the following agencies may provide affordable housing opportunities, including loans, to those wishing to live in Campbell:
Project Sentinel provides free mortgage delinquency counseling to homeowners experiencing difficulty in making their current and future mortgage payments. HUD-certified agencies, such as Project Sentinel, offer free services by staff trained and approved by the federal government. For more information please read the fact sheet or contact Project Sentinel to obtain an application for mortgage default counseling. Homeowners should beware of foreclosure rescue scams from companies that request substantial, up-front, non-refundable fees but may not ultimately help you.
intends to increase the availability of affordable housing for very-low income, low-income, and moderate-income households. Likewise, the City’s Density Bonus Ordinance encourages developers to build additional affordable housing units in exchange for allowing more market-rate units.
The Housing Element is one of seven required Elements of the General Plan that is a policy-level document describing the policies and strategies to support housing opportunities to all economic segments of the community, including affordable housing.
Per Section 34176.1 of the Health and Safety Code, the housing successor shall provide an independent financial audit of the Low and Moderate Income Housing Asset Fund within six months after the end of each fiscal year.