Resources For Citizens
First Time Homebuyer Program (FTHB)
Borrowers must contribute a minimum of 3.5% of the purchase price. Program participants must occupy the home as their primary residence for a period of Ten years.
The program offers a 10 year deferred loan, which helps borrowers to lower their monthly mortgage payment and save lots of interest in the long run. The FTHB Loan is payable after 10 Years without any interest; Otherwise the loan become due and payable if the property is sold, transferred or Re-financed before the end of the 10 Year Term.
If you want to learn more about what this program offers click on or to apply please click on (must be fill out completely and signed to be considered.)
Neighborhood Stabilization Program ( NSP)
The program goal is to resell these homes to eligible buyers to become occupied, maintained and contributing to our community.
Applicants do not have to be First Time Homebuyers.
Homebuyer must reside in the home as their primary residence for a 15 year affordability period, no penalty if property is sold to another-low moderate income family.
Applications are given when new property is ready to be sold. If you would like to learn more about the NSP program please take a look at the program Brochure
Please contact Valerie Gonzalez- Project Analyst at (909) 350.6625 for availability.
Housing Rehabilitation Program (HRP)
Participation is limited to applicants whose annual household income does not exceed HUD's established income limits. In addition the applicant must be the owner of the property to be rehabilitated and must occupy the property as the primary residence. The Property must be a single-family dwelling.
A maximum one-time grant in the amount of $5,000.00 shall be provided to eligible low-and moderate income owner; Seniors (62+) or households whose income does not exceed 50% percent of the Area Median Income shall be eligible for, one-time additional grant in the amount of $5,000.00.
Loan: In addition, loans up to $25,000.00 shall be made available to homeowners based on the amount of equity on their property. Loans will carry a 0% percent interest rate. Loans become payable upon of sale, refinance or transfer of the property.
Find a detail information under
. Applicants can download the and submit in person to the Housing Department.
Emergency Grant Program (Seniors 62+ and or Disabled Homeowners)
Some eligible repairs are the Plumbing, Hazardous Electrical, Sewer Line, Unsafe conditions and catastrophic damage.
In order to Apply for the Program, you must complete the , and submit it along with the following documents to the Housing Department:
- Driver License, birth certificate, any document that verifies age and
- Copy of Fire/Home Insurance Policy
Following your submission of application, city staff will determine program eligibility and contact the applicant to inspect the property.
For more information call Cynthia Perez (909) 350-6720
Applicants can find the list of facilities in the
Affordable Housing is also offered for Senior citizens over 55 years of age or older or meet the following requirements:
- Have a live-in care taker ( age not considered).
- Have a handicapped grandchild who is dependent upon the senior for financial
or physical care.
- Have a spouse who is 55 years of age or older.
Applicants can also find the list of Senior facilities in the Housing Authority Brochure link above. .