SACRAMENTO, CA – January 27, 2015 – Earlier this week, the California Rural Home Mortgage Finance Authority – or CRHMFA Homebuyers Fund (CHF) – Board of Directors voted to officially change the Authority’s name to Golden State Finance Authority (GSFA). The name change, which is effective immediately, is part of a re-branding initiative to better align the Authority’s name with its current and future business strategy and product offerings. More...
Santa Rosa, CA, January 21, 2015– Ygrene Energy Fund formally announces the availability of Ygrene Works™ its statewide Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing program based on its successful Clean Energy financing currently available to more than 3 million Californians. With this announcement, every California city and county can immediately “opt-in” to the PACE financing program making the Ygrene Works program accessible to all residents in the State. More...
Golden State Finance Authority
1215 K Street, Suite 1650
Sacramento, CA 95814
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CHF (now known as GSFA), featured in the most recent Down Payment Resource newsletter.
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Golden State Finance Authority (GSFA) is a local housing finance authority and a duly constituted public entity and agency, organized in 1993 and existing under and by virtue of Title 1 of the Government Code of the State of California (Articles 1-4 of Chapter 5 of Division 7).
GSFA was formerly known as California Rural Home Mortgage Finance Authority or CRHMFA Homebuyers Fund (CHF). A formal name change is pending.
GSFA has supported affordable homeownership in California for over two decades, providing homeownership programs featuring competitive interest rates and down payment assistance.
Over the past 20 years GSFA has helped more than 47,300 individuals and families purchase homes and more than 1,275 homeowners make energy efficiency home upgrades.