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Housing Programs

First Time Home Buyer Program (FTHB)
 

The Housing Division of the Redevelopment Department provides low interest loans for First Time Home Buyers (FTHB) through federal grants.  When funds are available, this program helps individuals and families who wish to purchase a home, but are unable to qualify and/or come up with the necessary down payment without financial assistance.  This program is designed to help persons who would not otherwise achieve the American Dream of owning their own home. A program loan is a second mortgage; a 3% simple interest bearing loan with all payments deferred until the first occurrence of sale, refinancing, full payment of the first mortgage, or 30 years.

The current Fiscal Year funds for the First Time Home Buyer Program are available until exhausted.  Once the funds have been expended, the City will accept applications for a waiting list for future funds.  For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact Deborah Alcorn, Housing Coordinator at (909) 931-4113.
 
Please see the brochure and application below for more information.
 
FTHB Brochure               FTHB Application
 
Emergency Repairs Program for Upland Homeowners (ERP)
 
The Emergency Repair Program provides a grant for emergency repairs to single-family homes and mobile homes of very low income families.  The grant is available to income eligible homeowners who live within Upland's city limits.  Funding for this program is provided by the Upland Community Redevelopment Agency and is available on a first come, first serve basis, subject to annual appropriation caps.
 
Please see the brochure and application below for more information
 
ERP Brochure                    ERP Application
 
 
Housing Improvement Program (HIP)

The City of Upland Housing Improvement Program (HIP) provides deferred low or no interest loans of up to a maximum of $90,000 for rehabilitation work to single-family owner-occupied homes located within city limits.  This program targets lower income homeowners who are in need of housing repairs and cannot otherwise secure conventional funding to make said repairs.  The funding for this program comes from various sources including the State's Housing and Community Development Department, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and Upland Community Redevelopment Agency.  Funding is available on a first come, first serve basis, subject to annual appropriation caps.


Please see the brochure and application for more information.

HIP Brochure                    HIP Application

Reviving & Enhancing Neighborhoods in Upland (RENU) - Funding not available at this time

The Reviving and Enhancing Neighborhoods in Upland (RENU) Program provides grants for predetermined exterior improvements that increase the "curb appeal" of blighted single-family residential, multi-family residential and commercial properties located with the redevelopment "Target Area."  This program may be used in conjunction with any other housing programs offered by the City of Upland if the applicant is eligible.

Please see the brochure and application for more information.

Additional Housing Resouces

Affordable Housing Complexes

Section 8 Program

Emergency Food & Shelter Services Information

Inclusionary & Replacement Housing Summary

Financial Assistance Application

Mobile Home Ordinance No. 1557

CPI Letter Re: Ordinance 1557