Fresno is ranked first as a city where it is more affordable to buy a home versus renting. In the Lowell neighborhood, we have homes that are some of the most affordable.
Our Lowell Community Development Corporation just built a home on Calaveras and partners with local developers to renovate homes to sell to Lowell residents. The Housing Authority has remodeled several Lowell homes that are for sale.
The City of Fresno has programs for homeowners to renovate their homes, down payment assistance and a program to remove lead paint from older homes. FUND, Inc. partners neighbors with neighbors to renovate their homes.
Union Bank offers an Equal Opportunity Mortgage for anyone who wants to buy or refinance a home in Lowell. This unique mortgage is not restricted to low-income borrowers and can be used by anyone purchasing a home in a low-income neighborhood.
Consider taking advantage of these resources if you are interested in buying a home in Lowell. You may benefit from lower monthly payments and increased equity as our neighborhood continues to improve.
For more information contact:
- City of Fresno, Housing Division 621-8300 (Erica)
- Lowell Community Development Corporation 492-7889 ext. 706
- FUND, Inc. [FONDOS] 237-4741 ext. 22
- Housing Authority [La Autoridad De Vivienda] 445-8904 (Jackie)
- Union Bank 233-0591 (Ask for an Equal Opportunity Mortgage)
(Pregunta por Equal Opportunity Housing, una hipoteca de igualidad de oportunidades).