Last week I met with the Corona Redevelopment Agency to learn more about their Home Improvement Program. This is a useful program for folks who live within the city limits and want to fix up their single family or mobile home, but just can’t afford to. You must be within certain income limits to qualify. (In this economy that could be you!) Check out the links within my post for more information. With spring coming this could be just the thing to help you spruce up your home, and help improve it’s value and perk up your neighborhood!
Senior homeowners living on a fixed income and other homeowners within the city limits of Corona may qualify for a grant or loan fromt the Corona Redevelopment Agency.
Loans available to very-low to median income homeowners in the form of a silent second loan with no monthly payments at 0% interest for up to $40,000.00. Mobile home owners may receive a loan for up to $15,000.
Grants up to $10,000 are offered to very-low income single-family and mobile home owners to complete minor home repairs.
- Heating & Air Conditioning
- Exterior or interior paint
- Water heater replacement
- Plumbing, electrical
- Mobile home re-leveling
- Accessibility improvements
- Termite repair
Contact Redevelopment Agency of the City of Corona Redevelopment Agency (951) 736-2260
By Deborah Nance
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