Property Management + Rentals
Home Buyer Assistance
Town of Truckee Below Market Rate Housing Program
To assist full-time resident households in achieving home ownership and will work to preserve a portion of Truckee’s housing stock for workforce housing.
Town of Truckee BEGIN Reuse First-Time Homebuyer Program.
A first-time homebuyer revolving loan fund for households earning at or below 120% of the median.
Town of Truckee CalHOME Reuse First-Time Homebuyer Program
A first-time homebuyer revolving loan fund for households earning at or below 80% of the median.
Martis Fund Homebuyer Assistance Program
Established in 2006, the Fund supports programs to conserve open space; manage and restore habitat and forest lands, and promote opportunities for workforce housing and related community purposes in the Martis Valley Region.
Placer County First Time Homebuyer Assistance Program
Loans of up to $100,000 are available to help families purchase their first home in the unincorporated areas of Placer County.
The town of Truckee is approximately 34 square miles made up of a great community of neighborhoods.
Each neighborhood is somewhat diverse in geography, ranging in elevation between 5,540 feet in the vicinity of Boca Reservoir to nearly 7,500 feet in Tahoe Donner. While they may differ in their unique character and proximity to amenities, all enjoy access to nature and recreation opportunities right out their back doors.
Whether you live here, or are considering relocating to Truckee, we have many experienced real estate brokers and agents to help you make Truckee your base camp for a big life. If you’re looking to build, we have architects, contractors, interior design and more to help to with your dream home. From appraisals to mortgage brokers and financing, Truckee Chamber members are here to help.
Unique Ownership Opportunity –
Truckee River CoHousing
Truckee River CoHousing is a group of local families designing a vibrant cohousing neighborhood within the West River Village, featuring private homes, community space, river access, trails, and all that our mountain landscape has to offer. An engaged group of people of diverse ages and financial backgrounds who love the community of Truckee, they currently have about 15 families and singles who are seeking to build 35-40 homes with about 70-90 people. The site is on the north side of the Truckee River, just 1/2 mile from downtown Truckee at 10925 West River Street. For more information or to take a tour, To take a tour, visit TruckeeCohousing.com.