Affordable Housing Programs

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Housing Assistance Rehabilitation Program (HARP)affordable housing

  • Provides loans to eligible low and moderate income homeowners to rehabilitate their affordable homes in the unincorporated area and partner cities, to bring the homes up to current building code health and safety standards. Loans are currently zero interest     with affordable monthly payments based upon the family's            income. The balance of the loan is due upon change of title or     non-occupancy by the borrower.
  • Informational Brochure / Folleto Informacional
  • HARP Application

Rental Rehabilitation Program (RRP)

  • Provides loans to eligible rental housing owners with low/mod income tenants, to rehabilitate  affordable rental units in the unincorporated area and partner cities, to bring the rental units up to current building code health and safety standards. Loans are zero interest and amortized      over 20-30 years (with a balloon payment at 20 years), based upon the income of the rental       housing owner and the case flow of the rental project. The balance of the loan is due upon        change of title.
  • Informational Brochure / Folleto Informacional
  • RRP Application

Homebuyer Assistance Program (HAP)

Utility Connection Program (UCP)

  • Provides loans to eligible low and moderate income homeowners and housing owners with        low/mod income tenants to connect the home to an existing sewer or water system. Rents      must meet affordability requirements. Permit fees are paid by the County with the loan               providing for the connection construction cost. Loans are zero to 3% interest depending on        income eligibility, with affordable monthly payments. The balance of the loan is due upon          change of title or non-occupancy by the borrower.
  • Informational Brochure / Folleto Informacional
  • UCP Application

Affordable Housing Development Program (AHDP)

Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)

  • Purchases foreclosed and abandoned bank-owned homes in targeted areas, rehabilitates and   resells them to eligible homebuyers. This program has concluded.
  • NSP Program webpage

Maps of Eligible Fresno County Areas

Other Information

For additional information, please contact the Community Development Division at:
Phone - (559) 600-4292 | Fax - (559) 600-4573

Community Development office is located on the 8th Floor of the Fresno County Plaza
2220 Tulare Street (South/West corner of Tulare and "M" streets) in Fresno, CA
Office hours 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (closed 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm)

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