To improve the quality of life in California through intentional partnerships that help our communities become places where families can live in safety, prosperity, and harmony; places where the American dream of self-sufficiency can grow and flourish.
IERC believes that housing education and housing counseling programs are extremely beneficial to help address the challenges of post-foreclosure and eviction stress disorder. According to the Attorney General's Office, studies show that homeowners are 60 percent more likely to avoid foreclosure, secure loan modifications, and lower monthly payments with the partnership of housing counseling tailored for each individual client.
IERC believes that the potential to use a variety of programs to help consumers overcome the psychological hurdle of buying a new home or avoiding eviction is a vital piece to sustainably increasing affordable homeownership and rental opportunities nationwide. Due to the current unprecedented times, we are committed to guiding you through various resources that will propel you toward self-sufficiency in all areas of your life.
To serve residents in all income levels with high concentrations of minority homeowners and renters including veterans, seniors, and disabled individuals. Concentrated focus on those who have not yet decided to purchase a home due to foreclosure; mortgage ineligibility; and lack of down payment and/or closing costs. In addition, our focus includes rental evictions due to COVID.
Thanks to IERC, our credit scores have improved, giving us more buying power.
I was able to purchase my first home because of Inland Empire Resource Center.
IERC has helped my family tremendously in saving our home. We couldn’t be more grateful.