“Any lender/beneficiary or trustee (who holds or has an interest in a deed of trust) on a residential property in foreclosure located within the City of Los Angeles for which a Notice of Default (NOD) was issued after July 8, 2010, must register such property with LAHD within thirty (30) calendar days of the issuance of the NOD. Registration is also required on properties subject to a foreclosure sale where the title was transferred to the beneficiary, or the trustee of a deed of trust involved in the foreclosure, or transferred under a deed in lieu of foreclosure/sale.
All properties in foreclosure must be registered online with LAHD at https://housingbill.lacity.org/Foreclosure/Public/Login.aspx, submitting details on the property in foreclosure (including occupancy status along with a $155 registration payment through the online submission form). Once the property has been registered online, registration is valid for the remaining portion of the calendar year in which the property was registered.
An annual registration fee in the amount of $155 shall be paid to LAHD at the time of registration. The fee and registration shall be valid for the calendar year, or remaining portion of the calendar year, in which the registration was initially required. Subsequent registrations and fees are due January 1st of each year and must be received no later than January 31st of the year due.
“A beneficiary and/or trustee of any property subject to the foreclosure ordinance is required to:
1. Register the property;
2. Pay pertinent fees, including registration and proactive inspection fees;
3. Comply with the monthly inspection and reporting requirements.
Failure by the beneficiary and/or trustee to abide by these provisions may cause LAHD to issue a written notification requiring compliance within thirty (30) calendar days from notice date. Continued failure by the beneficiary and/or trustee to comply within the period provided shall compel LAHD to assess a penalty in the amount of $250 per day for each day, commencing on the date the grace period ended until the date the foreclosure registration deficiency is corrected or the penalty balance reaches $100,000, whichever comes first. “
A property can only be de-registered if the foreclosure has ended. If the registrant has copies of the necessary documents for de-registration, such as a County-recorded arms-length transaction sale to a third party (not real-estate owned or REO), a County-recorded Reconveyance of the loan in default, or a County-recorded Reinstatement of Loan – whether a Notice of Rescission (NOR) or Loan Modification – then access online to the LAHD Online Foreclosure Registry and submit a de-registration request on the property at hand, by uploading the related documentation for LAHD to review. A change in Servicer or an Assignment of a Loan in Default is not a valid reason for de-registration.
“Any property with a recorded notice of default shall be inspected by the beneficiary and/or trustee monthly, until the trustor or other party remedies the default, or until the foreclosure process is complete.
The beneficiary and/or trustee shall provide monthly reports to LAHD that record the date of the monthly inspection and the condition of the property as observed during the inspection. “
LAHD does not sell City-owned property. If you are interested in the RFP process or would like to subscribe to our interested parties, please email email@example.com.
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“As a co-applicant, Housing Department (LAHD) works collaboratively with the applicant to develop competitive applications and serves as the lead department for the City’s AHSC application process. LAHD coordinates with other city departments including the Department of Transportation, Bureau of Engineering, Department of City Planning, Bureau of Street Lighting, Bureau of Street Services, and Economic and Workforce Development Department. LAHD also works closely with the appropriate Council District Offices, LA Metro, and our technical assistance service provider.
Since AHSC Round 3, the City of Los Angeles has been responsible for the design, construction, and completion of all transportation-related improvements. The City of Los Angeles therefore receives the transportation-related grants, while the developer receives the housing related loans and/or grants.
Yes, you can make payments on your City loan(s) even if no monthly payments are required (silent second loans). If there are no monthly payments required, you may send payments in the amount you would like and when you would like. Please keep in mind that you will not receive statements, coupon books, or envelopes. Make sure your loan number is clearly written on your check or money order made out to the City of Los Angeles and send it to LAHD, Loan Portfolio Unit, P.O. Box 532729, Los Angeles, CA 90053-2729. Keep all your checks and money order receipts for your records.
TYes. Please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy of the promissory note of your loan or loan agreement with an authorized signature or last 4 digits of Borrower(s) SSN#. You may also call: (213) 808-8801.
You may contact the Loan Portfolio unit by emailing email@example.com to request a payoff. Your request must include a written demand request and the borrower’s signed authorization. The Loan Portfolio unit will reply and let you know if any other documents are needed depending on the type of loan it is.
You may contact the Loan Portfolio unit by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (213) 808 – 8801. Please email your Prelim and the recorded document and if the document belongs to Asset Management we will be able to assist you and if it is another section of the Housing Department we will glady direct you to the correct section in the Department for assitance.
Submit your request on official letterhead, signed by your authorized signatory with a clear explanation of your request to LAHD’s Asset Management request portal at LAHD.email@example.com. After the request is received, it will be assigned to the appropriate LAHD staff member who will acknowledge your request and provide you with the appropriate application for your submission.
If a payment is applicable please send your audited financial statements, residual receipts calculations and payment to LAHD’s Residual Receipts portal at: HCIDLA.firstname.lastname@example.org
LAHD requires that you submit a protest letter on official letterhead which explains the reason for the protest with all supporting documentation and payment. The letter, supporting document and payment are to be sent to LAHD’s Asset Management request portal at HCIDLA.email@example.com. After the request is received, it will be assigned to the appropriate LAHD staff member who will acknowledge your request and assist you.
LAHD requires that you submit your request on official letterhead signed by your authorized representative. E-mail your request to LAHD’s Asset Management request portal at LAHD.firstname.lastname@example.org. After the request is received, it will be assigned to the appropriate LAHD staff member who will acknowledge your request and assist you.
“Please contact the LAHD Asset Management Division at: (213) 808-8801
LAHD staff will assist you and you will be given the option to schedule a hand delivery of the check to LAHD’s offices at 1200 West 7th Street, or you may mail the check certified registered mail to:
ATTN: LAHD Asset Management – Loan Portfolio Unit
1200 West 7th Street, 8th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90017