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Thu Jan 23, 2014
Ray Wright answered:
Are you referring to The Wood Street homes in Riverside? I have not come across any homes for rent that are accepting Section 8. I too suggest you search the standard rental sites. Also stop by the Vons at the plaza to pick up a rental book. Good luck. ... more
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Thu Dec 30, 2010
Tyson Crandell answered:
Mike,
The wood streets do have historic homes. Not all homes are historic. From what I do know, in Down Town Riverside, and the Wood Streets if the home is at least 100 years old you will qualify for certain grants to renovate the home. There are different programs available through the city its self. However these programs change and most lenders don’t know much about them. The best advice I can give you about the programs is to call city hall. Ask about the historic home programs. I would love to sound like an expert, but the renovation programs in the area change all the time, and has some red tape involved. If I can be of any more assistance, let me know.

Tyson Crandell
Keller Williams Reatly
7065 Indiana Ave. #200
Riverside, CA 92506
DRE # 01513440

951.990.0847
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Sat Aug 16, 2008
Cindy Vedder answered:
Hi Ash, it's not a downpayment assistance program, but the City of Riverside also has a Mortgage Credit Certificate Program available to buyers that you might want to check out. If you need the link, send me an email and I'll get it to you. Best of luck. Cindy Vedder, Prudential California Realty ... more
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