LOS ANGELES -- The East Los Angeles Community Corporation (ELACC), the City of Los Angeles and Bank of America , together with the Enterprise Home Owners Partnership (EHOP), today launched a major new initiative that will create homeownership opportunities for nearly 1,500 low-income families in Los Angeles.
What does ELACC stand for?
ELACC stands for East Los Angeles Community Corporation
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Barragan, who is also the president of a similar housing nonprofit called the East Los Angeles Community Corporation, says the business requires agencies like his and Acevedo's to maintain close relationships with government officials to be able to make projects happen.
PMI has a long history of supporting Hispanic homeownership, working with national organizations including the National Council of La Raza, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, and the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals, as well as local organizations such as Oakland's Unity Council, the East Los Angeles Community Corporation, and the Avenue Community Development Corporation of Houston.