HOME Investment Partnership Grant (HOME) Program
Lynwood’s HOME Program funds a wide range of activities including building, buying, and/or rehabilitating affordable housing. This year Lynwood is offering a Home Improvement Program to provide technical and financial assistance to qualifying homeowners of residential properties. A maximum of $45,000 is available per homeowner in the form of a $35,000 deferred payment loan and/or a $10,000 grant. Participating households must meet income eligibility and program requirements.
CalHome First Time Homebuyers Program (CalHome)
The CalHome Program provides a maximum of $60,000 in financial assistance to qualifying homebuyers of properties in the City of Lynwood. Assistance can be used towards the purchase price and closing costs. Prospective borrower/purchaser should be prequalified by a Lender prior to participation in this program. Participating homebuyer must meet income eligibility and program requirements.
Fair Housing Services
Information, counseling, dispute resolution, mediation and investigative services are provided at no cost to landlords, tenants and prospective renters by calling the Fair Housing Foundation at (562) 989-1206. Guidance is offered on topics such as housing discrimination, rental laws, and eviction procedures.
The HCDBG Division also facilitates the completion process of former Redevelopment Agency projects/activities; shares information related to the redevelopment agency dissolution; and monitors enforceable obligation and reporting.
HOME CHDO Program Request for Qualifications
The City of Lynwood (City) is seeking to allocate HOME Investment Partnerships Act to established Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs). CHDO’s interested in working with the City of Lynwood are invited to submit their qualifications. The Submission Deadline is June 1, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. See enclosed RFQ for additional information. Please direct all questions on this RFQ to Andre Dupret at firstname.lastname@example.org or (310) 603-0220, ext. 268.