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A Future Where all Families are Financially Prosperous

Building equitable and inclusive communities through homeownership June is National Homeownership Month; a time to reflect and promote the many social and economic benefits of homeownership. We know that homeownership is one of the best ways for families to build personal and intergenerational wealth. We also know that the

NPHS Community Investment Trust Receives $500,000

Investment will preserve housing affordability through shared equity strategies Thanks to contributions from Citi and JP Morgan Chase, NPHS’ Community Investment Trust received $500,000 to support shared equity strategies that preserve housing affordability and create wealth for low income homebuyers. The Community Investment Trust is NPHS’ CDFI investment vehicle

NeighborWorks Week 2020 and How NPHS is Supporting Communities

NeighborWorks Week with NPHS Since its inception in 1983, NeighborWorks Week showcases how the NeighborWorks network strengthens communities and celebrates our collective impact as a network. Held during the first full week of June, NeighborWorks Week is a time not only to give back in our communities, but also acknowledge the thousands

NPHS 2020 Campaign for Homeownership

Just Click From HOME This year, NPHS launched the “Just Click From HOME” campaign to connect households from all walks of life to services that build awareness that homeownership is possible. The campaign is dedicated to increasing homeownership rates and addressing related barriers, especially for people of color across the

NPHS Working with Municipalities to Deploy Assistance Programs

Working with Municipalities to Deploy Assistance Programs As a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) certified by the United States Treasury, NPHS has deployed millions of dollars in state and federal funding to support housing-related programs and services. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people in our community are facing

We are in the Business of Creating Homeowners

NPHS Realtors Ready to Help you Buy or Sell your Home The real estate market is not operating traditionally during these troubling times, but our NPHS real estate professionals have been working behind the scenes to ensure first-time homebuyers and sellers receive quality realty services, even though they are virtual.

Avoid Loan Modification Scams

Helping Homeowners Avoid Loan Modification Scams Scam artists posing as financial advisors and/or debt relief consultants take advantage of vulnerable homeowners whose homes have been threatened by economic difficulty. These scammers will often make promises that seem too good to be true, guaranteeing services that will either lower a monthly

Foreclosure Prevention

Helping Homeowners Understand Their Options Have questions about mortgage forbearance and repayment plans? NPHS is helping families and individuals who find themselves in a financial set-back and in jeopardy of losing their home understand their options. Our Home Retention Specialists can help you navigate and understand the various options available

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NPHS Receives $300,000 Investment for Land Trust Strategies

JPMorgan Chase supporting shared equity strategies to preserve housing affordability in the Inland Empire NPHS received a $300,000 investment from JPMorgan Chase to support its Community Land Trust (CLT). NPHS' CLT advances the development of all types of affordable housing.NPHS created its Community Land Trust as part of a holistic framework to develop, preserve

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City of San Bernardino Home Repair Program

Owner-Occupied Residential Rehabilitation Loan Program The City of San Bernardino Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation Program is a program designed to assist income-eligible San Bernardino homeowners improve the living conditions of their homes to meet the City’s health and safety code requirements and extend the lives of their homes. Only owner-occupied single-family detached