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Vacaville Unified School District looking to sell surplus property

Vacaville Unified School District looking to sell surplus property

Vacaville Unified School District looking to sell surplus property
TheReporter.com
At a time when every dollar counts, the Vacaville Unified School District is positioning itself to raise money through the potential sale or lease of newly identified surplus property. ...

Housing and Redevelopment puts up home for sale

Housing and Redevelopment puts up home for sale

VACAVILLE - The City of Vacaville’s Department of Housing and Redevelopment is offering a great opportunity for local first-time homebuyers with three or more family members looking to purchase a home in Vacaville. 

The two-bedroom, one-bath home will be sold by the city to an eligible first-time homebuyer whose income does not exceed 80 percent the area median.  As an example, an eligible family of three would make no more than $57,050 per year.  The sales price of the home will be the lesser of fair market value of the home or an affordability calculation determined by the homebuyer’s income. Other eligibility requirements include that homebuyer must not have owned a home in the past three years and must occupy the home as a principal residence. The home is recently renovated and is in excellent condition.

Anyone interested must attend an orientation on May 23, 2011 at 6 p.m. at 40 Eldridge Avenue, Suite 8 in Vacaville.

CalHFA announces $2B effort to assist struggling homeowners

CalHFA announces $2B effort to assist struggling homeowners

VACAVILLE - The California Housing Finance Agency announced the full implementation of four programs to fight the ongoing foreclosure crisis in California, with the primary goal to help families remain in their homes. Those who qualify for the programs can apply through the City of Vacaville’s Department of Housing and Redevelopment.

The programs, under the umbrella title of Keep Your Home California, are federally funded as part of the U.S. Treasury Department’s Hardest Hit fund, and are aimed at helping low and moderate income homeowners struggling to pay their mortgages amid the worst real estate crisis in decades.

“Our goal is to get the very most out of these federal dollars to assist California families,” said Steven Spears, executive director of CalHFA.