The San Diego Housing Commission’s (SDHC) Compliance Monitoring Department verifies that housing units designated as affordable are occupied by qualified low- and moderate-income tenants.
This department also tracks tenant and landlord compliance with affordability requirements stemming from the City of San Diego’s Inclusionary Housing law, Density Bonus land-use regulations, state and federal Multifamily Housing Revenue Bond tax credits, and housing built with financial support from SDHC.
In addition, the Compliance Monitoring Department administers the tenant relocation requirements that result from condominium conversion projects within the City of San Diego.
SDHC does not monitor compliance of affordable units that do not receive SDHC funding and are not subject to the City program requirements (for example, affordable units for which the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development provides financial assistance directly, without the involvement of SDHC).
For information regarding Compliance Monitoring, please contact Irma Betancourt at 619-578-7592 or email@example.com
Forms & Documents
Area Median Income (AMI) Limits
Area Median Income (AMI) & Rent Calculations
Certificate of Compliance
Certificate of Program Compliance – Senior Housing
Certificate of Program Compliance – City’s Affirmative Fair Housing Market Policy
Compliance Monitoring Fee Schedule
HOME Program – Agreement Addendum
Rental Rates in Bond-Financed Projects
Tenant Income Certification
Tenant Income Verification
Verification of Assets