At the March 2013 ICFA Board of Directors meeting, a motion was approved to finance a bond refunding a manufactured home community in San Marcos.
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ICFA is proud to sponsor the Fabulous Woman of Finance Networking Event in Los Angeles this spring. Tuesday, April 2, 2013 6pm-8:30pm
ICFA has authorized a bond issue of up to $6,100,000 million to fund the acquisition and subsequent rehabilitation of Millbrook Mobile Village in Fresno, California.
In December 2012, ICFA donated $5,000 to St. John the Baptist School in Costa Mesa. The school was opened in 1952 as a parish school of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and it is staffed by the Sisters of the Love of God. It continues to carry on a tradition of “Faith, Community and Education.” […]
The February 2013 board meeting will be held on Monday, the 11th, at 12 noon, in the City Council Conference Room of the Vernon City Hall.
As a youth growing up in East Los Angeles, ICFA board member Gil Hurtado had the opportunity to play in youth sports programs, but the cost was always a challenge for his family. Hurtado learned about the South Gate Junior Athletic Association after becoming a father himself. He spoke with a few members of […]
ICFA would like to thank everyone who participated in Wednesday’s half-day seminar, “Developing Housing Programs that Work in the Post-Redevelopment World.” As was expected, the event was a great opportunity to bring together many of our associates and to get their thoughts on how the housing market in California can thrive despite the dissolution of […]
The December 2012 board meeting will be held this Wednesday, the 5th, at 12 noon, at the Huntington Park City Hall Conference Room.
In the beautiful seaside town of Capitola, California, affordable housing can be challenging to come by. Until recently, the city’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance kept prices affordable in mobile home communities, but after years of litigation, Capitola was forced to repeal its rent protection policies. The jump in housing prices was devastating to many of the […]
The Los Angeles Unified School District is the second largest school district in the nation, serving almost 700,00 students. In an effort to support Los Angeles students, ICFA is working with the non-profit Alliance College-Ready Public Schools to open and operate a network of small, high-performing public charter schools in historically underachieving, low-income communities. One […]