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State Offers $1.5 Million to First-Time Homeowners

Free services will be provided to first-time home buyers and homeowners at risk of foreclosure from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 17 at Luther Burbank Middle School.

News release from Assemblyman Gilbert Cedillo, D-Los Angeles.

Cedillo Announces $1.5 Million in State Funds Available to Families at the FREE Housing Resource Fair
Presented by California Democratic Congressman Xavier Becerra and the California Housing Recovery Initiative

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Free services will be provided Nov. 17 to first-time home buyers and homeowners at risk of foreclosure at Luther Burbank Middle School, 6460 N. Figueroa St., in Highland Park.

You must pre-register for this event at 323-225-4545, set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Assemblyman Gilbert Cedillo, D-Los Angeles, is sponsoring the free Housing Resource Fair, in collaboration with California Congressman Xavier Becerra and the California Housing Recovery Initiative.

Montebello Housing Development Corporation, a non-profit HUD-authorized agency, through its affiliation with the National Council of La Raza, is managing the event with the assistance of El Centro Del Pueblo, another NCLR affiliate.

Cedillo will also announce $1.5 million in state funds available to families for first-time home down-payment assistance, to go toward eligible households.

All community members are invited to get information and resources on how to buy a home and how to get up to $55,000 in down payment assistance, if the new home buyer qualifies.

There will also be information on the availability of homes for purchase in their areas and residents will have an opportunity to meet with HUD-authorized housing counselors for home rescue assistance. All services are free.


Baldwin Park LIVE! November 11, 2012 at 09:40 PM
1.5 Million in Free money?? Really??? In our state we are using the same failed Obama style politics to enslave the Latino community thru vendidos to the DemocRAT party like Cedillo and Becerra?? How is that program being paid for?

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