housing program

Our skilled Housing Counselors are HUD certified and trained through Neighborworks, UnidosUS, and the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation. Our main objective is to keep our clients informed of programs and resources available to them throughout the community. We aim to provide safe, affordable, and quality housing opportunities to individuals and families in El Paso County.

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Affordable Apartments

  • 2 & 3 bedroom apartments only

  • All apartments are located in the South Central side of El Paso.

  • There is a waiting list from 6 months up to 2 years

  • Rent is NOT based on your income

  • Rental rates are set by the Affordable Housing Guidelines

  • Your income must qualify per the City of El Paso Income Guidelines

  • Tenants pay gas and electric for apartments

  • Tenants pay for all utilities at duplexes

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Foreclosure Prevention

Project BRAVO's Foreclosure Prevention Program aims to help keep families in their homes by preventing avoidable foreclosures. Our Foreclosure Prevention Housing counselor will assess your unique situation by examining your financial situation and current mortgage status. The counselor will then help you understand the options and possible solutions available to you and together you and the counselor will create a step-by-step action plan to reach the best solution to fit your needs.  

We are here to help. Follow the steps below to get started.

Step 1: Complete and submit the intake form. Do not complete the application until a housing counselor has contacted you to schedule an appointment.


Step 2: After your intake sheet is reviewed, you will be contacted on the status of your intake and an appointment can then be scheduled. When you attend the class, you will receive an application to complete.


First Time Homebuyers

Project BRAVO, Inc. is a HUD Certified non-profit organization dedicated to assisting El Pasoans on their journey to becoming successful homeowners. Our Homeownership Housing Counselors offer homeownership education classes, seminars and one-on-one counseling. Successful completion of our 10 hour program ensures potential homeowners access to several local, City, State and government programs that can assist with down payment assistance, closing cost and principle reduction assistance. In the one-on-one counseling session with a Homeownership Housing Counselor a specialized action plan will be created based on your current situation as well as a successful budget that will help participants reach their goal of becoming a homeowner.

Topics covered throughout the home-ownership education process include:


•       Understand your affordability

•       Know your rights

•       Paying off debt

•       Importance of saving

•       Understanding your credit score and credit history

•       Home-ownership education & Programs

•       Mortgage basics, terms and terminology

For Questions and Concerns regarding the Housing Program,

call us at:

(915) 562-4100

extensions: 119, 130, 420