GSFA Joint Powers Authority (JPA)

Your guide to the GSFA JPA, its benefits, and how to get involved.

Golden State Finance Authority (GSFA) was established in 1993 under the California Joint Powers Authority Act, to support and provide affordable homeownership.

What began as a rural residential homebuyer assistance program in 11 California counties has expanded to financial assistance programs for both homebuyers and homeowners throughout California, with plans to further support local economies in the future.

 

 

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Advantages of Membership

Membership in the GSFA JPA establishes a direct link between county constituents and GSFA financial assistance programs while leveraging the experience, knowledge and resources of GSFA personnel.


GSFA personnel handle the daily operation and oversight of programs, including but not limited to facilitating California Debt Limit Allocation Committee (CDLAC) applications, issuing conduit debt, mortgage credit certificates, operational training of participating partners (such as mortgage professionals, contractors, etc.); reporting; record keeping; addressing inquiries from the public; and providing operational and marketing support to partners outreaching to California homebuyers and homeowners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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