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Community Development and Housing
Team Save will be at the Inland Empire 66ers game on Friday July 18th. Stop by the booth to get valuable information on foreclosure prevention, credit counseling, down payment assistance and legal assistance. If you have any questions please contact Community Development and Housing at 909.387.4389.
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Making Home Affordable and the HOPENOW Alliance are hosting a foreclosure prevention event at the Riverside Convention Center on July 22nd to assist struggling homeowners. For more information, call 888-995-4673.
Information about the event can be found here: Help for homeowners event
For information regarding other upcoming foreclosure prevention workshops or homebuyer events, go to www.SaveYourHomeSBCounty.org or call 909-387-4389.
If you are going to be purchasing a home soon, please consider taking an educational course. Courses offer lots of information to perspective homeowners. If you have any questions please contact Community Development and Housing at 909.387.4389
Click here for a list of courses in July and August: Save Your Home SB County.
Stop by the booth to get information on foreclosure prevention, credit counseling, down payment assistance and free legal assistance.
Spin the Prize Wheel for a chance to win tickets to the 66ers or the Quakes. If you have any questions, contact Community Development and Housing at 909.387.4389.
They will learn about savings, budgeting, credit and goal planning.
The course is free and those attending will have the chance to win money to start a savings account.
Hurry! The first class is Friday, June 13 at 6 p.m.
If you have any questions contact Community Development and Housing Department at 909.387.4389. For more information, click here.
Final plans to construct a 190-unit affordable housing community that will include a new Bloomington Branch Library and community center have been approved by the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors.
The 13,993 square foot development, located near the corner of Valley Boulevard and Locust Avenue, will be built in two phases.
Phase one, projected to begin construction in fall 2014, will consist of 70-units for seniors, public library, and 2,200 square foot senior community space. It will also include 36 family units, 2,625 square foot community center and classroom facility. Phase two will consist of the remaining 84 family units. The housing project will lease one, two, and three-bedroom units.
The approved project is headed by the county’s Community Development and Housing Department, which held multiple public meetings in Bloomington to solicit input from local residents on the architecture style and address any direct concerns.
“I am very excited for the residents of Bloomington. The Board approval is an important step towards building this beautifully designed mixed-generational housing community. The new library and housing community exemplifies the Countywide Vision in action,” said Dena Fuentes, Director of the Community Development and Housing Department.
The development is in part of three major investments—affordable housing project, public library, and the Valley Corridor Specific Plan—that San Bernardino County is making in the Bloomington community.
“This project is more than just housing, it is a long-term investment that will deliver senior services, improve education, provide jobs, and expand local business opportunities for a growing community we serve,” said Supervisor Josie Gonzales.
Struggling homeowners who need to make informed decisions and learn about alternatives to foreclosure are invited to a home rescue fair at Montclair Civic Center, 5111 Benito Street in Montclair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, December 14.
Registration is required to attend the fair. Register at www.mhdcca.org. Call (909) 626-2054 or (323) 722-3955 for more information.
Bring loan documents and other financial information to get advice from industry experts. Face-to-face sessions and bilingual services with counselors from HUD-approved housing agencies and attorneys will be on hand.
PLEASE BRING ONE COPY OF THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS TO BETTER ASSIST YOU:
- Copies of paycheck stubs for all applicants for the last 30 days
- Copies of 2011 and 2012 Filed Federal Income Tax Returns (1040), and W-2
- Verification of household (Valid Identification)
- Copies of past two (2) months bank statements
- Copies of Current mortgage statements
- Copies of Current Loan Documents (if available)
- Copies of Correspondence from Mortgage Company
- Copies of Property taxes, insurance statements
- Copies of Utility bill with your name and address (current) and all other household bills
- Household Budget
- Client Authorization signed and dated (if available)
- Hardship Letter/signed and dated (if available)