Innovative Housing Opportunities takes an entrepreneurial approach to execute our mission effectively and efficiently by leveraging our strengths with collaborative partners and community stakeholders.

How can we work together? The success of a development rests with the quality of the team. This enables us to increase our impact on and integrate enhanced supportive services to underserved populations within our communities. As a nonprofit developer, we value putting people and their needs first, that’s why we select high-caliber teams made up of a diverse group of individuals, organizations, corporations, institutions, and foundations that share our commitment to develop vibrant communities and be a catalyst for positive economic and social change.

  • We operate with integrity and stay true to our mission
  • We strive for excellence in everything we do
  • We are always seeking partnership opportunities
  • We welcome positive change, and
  • We embrace innovation for the greatest impact

Join Our Growing List of Partners:

American Business Bank
Anaheim Community Foundation
AZR Transport
Banc of California
Bank of America
Bank of Hope
BM Barker Management inc
Boston Private
California Department of Housing and Community Development
Center for Nonprofit Management
Cathay Bank
City of Anaheim
City of Brea
City of Carlsbad
City of Irvine
City of Norwalk
City of Riverside
City National Bank
OC Community Housing Corporation
Orange County
Riverside County
East West Bank
Edison International
Farmers and Merchants Bank
Goldfarb Lipman Attorneys
HomeAid Orange County
IHO Board of Directors and Advisors
Irvine Community Land Trust
Jewish Federation and Family Services Orange County
Kahana Feld
LA Housing and Community-Investment Department
Manufactures Bank
Mas Build Design Solutions
Merage Jewish Community Center OC
Mercy House
National Equity Fund
NeighborWorks Orange County
Pacific Premier Bank
Pacific Western Bank
Preservation Partners LLC
Rise Foundation
Regional Center Orange County
RM Morgan inc
Studio one eleven
US Bank
Walker and Dunlop
Walton Construction
Wells Fargo Bank