Monterey County Housing, Inc. (MCHI) Monterey County Housing, Inc. (MCHI)
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  MCHI’s Mission  
  To develop, maintain and promote quality housing that is affordable for residents of Monterey County and to strengthen families by supporting stable and economically diverse neighborhoods.  
On behalf of MCHI's Board of Directors please allow me to welcome you to the web site of the Monterey County Housing Inc., also known simply as MCHI (mee-chee). The goal of this website is to provide you with information about MCHI and its efforts to realize its mission as stated above...AND its awareness that it takes more than shelter from the elements to enhance lives, it takes a coordinated effort of all non-profits within the County.
In that connection I direct your attention to the news scroller below and the Event Calendar accessible via the icon to the right...both of which attempt to addresses not only MCHI oriented events that may be of interest to you, but ALL organizations that focus on the quality of life within Monterey County.
Prior visitors to MCHI will notice broad changes in this website...changes that shall securely include ALL Monterey County stakeholders' input in the realization of the Community's potential, from affordable housing to needed services.
It is a work in progress.
~ News ~
Californians with criminal records face housing barriers - Los Angeles Times
Posted on Aug 2nd, 2022
Hannah Wiley, Mackenzie Mays
Tenants are often at the mercy of private landlords who conduct criminal background checks. Regulations restrict people from accessing federally subsidized housing if they’ve been convicted of certain crimes, including drug and sex offenses.
What a Recession Could Mean for Multifamily
Posted on Aug 1st, 2022
By Lynn Pollack | August 01, 2022 at 08:20 AM
Slowing construction will likely keep multifamily supply and demand in balance for some time despite fears of a recession, according to some analysts.
“Even if multifamily demand cools, limited multifamily construction will help sustain the sector,” a trio of economists from Moody’s write in a new report, adding that “housing substitutability” can transfer demand to the sector.

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1114 Parkside Avenue
Salinas, CA 93906
Section 8: Yes
Bedroom: 1
Bathroom: 1
Rent: $675
MCHI Contact: Socorro Vasquez: 449-7268

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