CHW’s Poway Villas Reopens After Major Renovation

Posted by & filed under Newsletters.

After a comprehensive renovation, the newly rehabilitated Poway Villas apartment community has become CHW’s latest investment in affordable housing to come online. CHW purchased the 60-apartment community in November 2011 and worked with residents to prioritize the renovations. The 38 year-old Poway Villas is located at 13001 Bowron Road, in the heart of suburban Poway, and… Read more ›

Being Recognized for Being Effective

Posted by & filed under Newsletters.

Now in its 20th year, the NeighborWorks America Dorothy Richardson Award for Resident Leadership is given each year to seven community leaders around the country who make an outstanding contribution to the world around them. We’re pleased and proud to report the selection of Rosa Peñaflor of the Crown Heights neighborhood in Oceanside, a CHW-trained… Read more ›

Your Chance At Immortality!

Posted by & filed under Newsletters.

Avocado Court – the beautiful 36-unit community now under construction in Escondido – wants to immortalize YOUR name. In addition to the brand new 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom apartments we’re building (several are ADA compliant, and eight units are being set aside veterans!), we’re also developing a 9,400 square foot garden that residents, neighbors, and… Read more ›

Running Readers in the News

Posted by & filed under Newsletters.

We are thrilled to have our “Running Readers” program be the 2012 recipient of a $50,000 grant from the United Way San Diego Women’s Leadership Council! Running Readers is an after-school literacy enhancement program that assists K-3 children in CHW apartment communities to read at or above grade level. The Women’s Leadership Council raises awareness… Read more ›

Going Places With CHW On Your Resume

Posted by & filed under Newsletters.

Our warmest congratulations to Amber House. After starting as an intern in 2008 and rising to Associate Project Manager, this CHW staff member is moving on after being accepted into the two-year MBA program at the University of Wisconsin. As the first person in her family to graduate from college, it was important on many… Read more ›

Of Education and Valor

Posted by & filed under Newsletters.

You can’t overstate the value of a good, well-rounded education. Just ask Lizeth, who recently earned the VALOR Scholarship from Community HousingWorks. “My parents have always instilled in me to get the best education that I can, including going to college. My father once told me that a good education would prevent me from facing… Read more ›

Changing Maren and Annalena’s Lives

Posted by & filed under Newsletters.

This letter arrived in our office last week. It tells the CHW Real Estate story way better than we ever could. Dear Randy: Here I am, a single mother of a little 4 year old girl, and I’m living in a beautiful and brand new condominium in San Marcos in one of the most desirable… Read more ›

Newsletter July 2012

Posted by & filed under Newsletters.

Doorway to Financial Success Other than major banks, residents of City Heights too often find they’re ignored by real estate and financing professionals. Community HousingWorks has changed all that with the opening of the Fairmont Avenue one-stop Own.Rent.Achieve Center – the region’s first non-bank, retail lending and real estate presence with HUD approved classes and… Read more ›

Doorway to Financial Success

Posted by & filed under Newsletters.

Doorway to Financial Success Other than major banks, residents of City Heights typically find they’re ignored by real estate and financing professionals. Community HousingWorks has changed all that with the opening of the Fairmont Avenue one-stop Own.Rent.Achieve Center – the region’s first non-bank, retail lending and real estate presence with HUD approved classes and coaching… Read more ›

Recognizing Running Readers

Posted by & filed under Newsletters.

Back in February we introduced you to Running Readers – an after-school and family-based literacy enhancement program that ignites student curiosity and a lifetime enjoyment of reading by pairing volunteers with young children in reading circles. We found this exciting new effort successfully encourages our young participants to exercise their minds and their bodies, and… Read more ›