Residential Property Management Program
IMPORTANT! Did you sign up for our interest list over six months ago? Be sure to update your information every six months to remain in our notification database.
Interest List Information
If you are interested in notification when an affordable owner's unit becomes available for resale, please print and submit a fully completed Interest List sign-up form to our office listed below via U.S. Mail or in person.
An updated interest list sign-up form must be completed every 6 months to remain in our contact database. Please refer to our How to apply page for more information.
Housing & Community Development
ATTN: Interest List Sign-up
123 E Anapamu St., 2nd floor
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Thinking of Refinancing?
If you are currently a homeowner of an affordable unit in our program and planning to refinance, please print and fully complete the Owner Request to Refinance form. Once completed and signed, you may return to our office via U.S. Mail or in person so we can assist you in beginning the process. If you require assistance filling out the form, please Contact HCD Residential Property Management .
Housing and Community Development Department's Residential Property Management Program mission is to:
- Keep employees within the county living local and provide home ownership opportunities in unincorporated areas of the County for households and individuals who meet program guidelines.
- Promote, manage, maintain affordable housing in a diversity of home ownership types, sizes, and locations.
Please click on the links below to access the related information:
How to apply for affordable housing
Affordable housing income guidelines
Affordable housing resale units
Affordable housing ownership restrictions
Landlord tenant issues
Frequently asked questions
Glossary of terms used throughout this website
New HCD Information Sheet
Contact HCD Residential Property Management
The County of Santa Barbara is committed to providing equal housing opportunity for all people regardless of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, familial status or disability. If you believe you have been a victim of discrimination, contact the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Fair Housing Hotline at 1-800-669-9777.
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