Neighborhood Housing Services of the Inland Empire

1390 North D St
San Bernardino CA 92405
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  • Mon: 9am-5pm
  • Tue: 9am-5pm
  • Wed: 9am-5pm
  • Thu: 9am-5pm
  • Fri: 9am-5pm


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NHSIE is an affiliate of NeighborWorks America, established by Congress in 1978 to increase the capacity of local community-based housing organizations to revitalize their communities, improve housing opportunities for working families, and develop partnerships with residents, local government, financial institutions, and the business community to strengthen and improve neighborhood quality of life. NHSIE was founded in 1981 by Leonard Davenport, Luis Navarette, and Jack Hill, three World War II veterans, who wanted to make homeownership available to African Americans in San Bernardino. From these humble beginnings NHSIE today serves low to moderate income first-time home buyers, current homeowners, neighborhoods, and the business community by providing comprehensive home buyer education opportunities, redevelopment services, home maintenance workshops, neighborhood clean-ups, resource referrals, one-on-one counseling, and housing industry events and conferences to residents and industry specialists throughout San Bernardino and Riverside counties. Governance is provided by the 11-member Board of Directors, which is comprised of housing industry leaders, local residents, and financial specialists. The Board oversees the policies and financial management of NHSIE. Our highly trained staff facilitates education and maintenance workshops, conducts seminars, provides counseling, develops partnerships, seeks human and financial resources, and works at the state, county, and city level to influence housing-related legislation. Most importantly, NHSIE is dedicated to making the dream of homeownership a reality for residents and recognizes that homeownership promotes community stability, increases personal wealth, breaks the cycle of poverty within families, leads to enhanced civic involvement, and improves academic outcomes for children of homeowners ' all of which contribute to our goal of supporting sustainable communities and improving resident quality of life.