National Asian American Coalition

The NAAC is a HUD-Approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit housing organization and an emerging certified CDFI providing comprehensive counseling to over 10,000 minority families in diverse communities throughout California and as a CDFI, preparing clients for mortgages and linking qualified small business & non-traditional borrowers to loans and other financing options to assist underserved communities.

Memo to Partners

Dear Partners,

In accordance with the shelter in place order given in areas we operate to protect the health and safety of our community amidst the coronavirus outbreak, the staff of our organization will work remotely until further notice. Our employees are equipped to conduct all daily operations from their homes.

At this time, NAAC remains fully operational. Our programs remain ready to serve our communities including our Homebuyer Downpayment Assistance Program (for San Diego Police Officers), Homebuyers Education, Loan Modification, Financial Literacy, Microlending, and Small Business Workshops.

NAAC has an established operations plan and we are adapting to remote operations, determined to provide the same level of attention and professionalism. If you have any issues, please do not hesitate to reach out to your primary contact.

You can reach us through contact emails of the following members of our team who can help you:

Ms. Josefina Bautista : jbautista@naac.org
Ms. Nora Penaflor : npenaflor@naac.org
Ms. Normita Cachapero : ncachapero@naac.org
Ms. Paola Bustos : pbustos@naac.org

You can also use the Contact Us link in our webpage www.naac.org and our contact no. (650) 952-0522 that are monitored daily by our staff.

We remain committed to our mission and belief that safe, stable, affordable housing opens the door to better lives for everyone. And, we are here to serve you, those who are dedicated to supporting those most impacted. Please do not hesitate to reach out to any of us, and thank you for your steadfast support.

Sincerely,

Faith Bautista
President & CEO

NAAC Public Service Announcement

Homebuyer Down-Payment Assistance Program (for San Diego Police Officers)

“Public safety is our number one priority. Assisting our San Diego Police Officers with purchasing a home in the City of San Diego helps them establish roots in the communities they serve, and provides them with an additional incentive to join and stay with the San Diego Police Department. I am pleased to see the program come to fruition,” said Councilmember Chris Cate.

The following program is managed and administered by the National Asian American Coalition (NAAC), a HUD-Approved 501(c)3 nonprofit housing organization and certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), providing comprehensive counseling and preparing clients for mortgages in diverse communities throughout California. This is a partnership between NAAC and the City of San Diego, with contributing bank partners including Mechanics Bank and Pacific Western Bank.

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