Creating Greener, Healthier Neighborhoods The development of three homes is under way in the City of San Bernardino. In partnership with the city, NPHS is developing three separate lots with beautiful, high-performing factory-built homes. The 1,500 square foot homes are being manufactured to high energy efficient standards and feature an attached garage and porch.
Achieving Greater Sustainability through Innovation, Entrepreneurial Leadership, and Taking Risk NPHS is proud to announce on being selected as a finalist for the 2017 Spirit of the Entrepreneur Award. The Spirit of the Entrepreneur Award recognizes entrepreneurs and leaders who innovate, take risks, and build businesses that contribute significantly to our local economy. This
Op-Ed by NPHS CEO, Clemente Mojica and Next Step Network President and Founder, Stacey Epperson It is encouraging to see the recent strides made toward addressing the affordable housing crisis in California. Several state bills have now passed the State Assembly, including SB 35, SB 3 and SB 2, which have also been recently
NPHS Launches Manufactured Housing Done Right Campaign NPHS and the City of Chino partnered to create three new homeownership opportunities for working families through an infill manufactured housing development. On August 22, 2017 nonprofit leaders, elected officials, and corporate partners celebrated the ribbon-cutting ceremony of Villa del Sol, a three-unit revitalization project and infill
Partnership Provides Home Repair Loans to Qualified Home Owners NPHS is partnering with the City of San Bernardino to administer the Owner-Occupied Residential Rehabilitation Loan Program to create safe and healthy living homes for qualified homeowners. The home rehabilitation program is a forgivable second mortgage loan designed to assist income-eligible San Bernardino homeowners improve
Improving the Quality of Life and Safety for Senior Homeowners NPHS and the Housing Authority of the County of Riverside are working together to improve the quality of life and safety for Senior Homeowners. In partnership with the Housing Authority of the County of Riverside, the grant program offers up to $25,000 to