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Indio Foreclosure Program. Brad Ramos Chief of Police Jason Anderson Code Enforcement Officer Jesus Gomez Housing Programs Manager. The City of Indio. Elected City Council/City Manager Form of Government General Law City Population of 81,512 29 Square Miles
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Indio Foreclosure Program Brad Ramos Chief of Police Jason Anderson Code Enforcement Officer Jesus Gomez Housing Programs Manager

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The City of Indio Elected City Council/City Manager Form of Government General Law City Population of 81,512 29 Square Miles California has a non-legal abandonment process

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Problems We Face Not all dispossessions are the same. Customary home advances were a relic of days gone by Home credits are sold amongst banks and sold as home loan sponsored securities (bonds). Banks are frequently only "servicers" for home loan sponsored securities. Increment in speculation properties 10,000 new homes were worked between 2002-2007. (40% of lodging stock) Blighted empty homes lead to an expansion in wrongdoing. (Broken Window)

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Problems We Faced In January 2008, we had around 1,400 homes in dispossession and pre-abandonment (4% of lodging stock). In January 2009, we have around 2,800 homes in abandonment and pre-dispossession (8% of lodging stock). In January 2009, we have roughly 1,000 empty dispossessions (36% of all abandonments) Banks are unwilling to look after properties

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Foreclosure Trend

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Solving this Problem Indio made a 3-prong arrangement Created a law that obliges banks to enlist and keep up properties when they get to be empty Utilize Code Enforcement to authorize this law Created a Housing Resource Center giving abandonment avoidance administrations—keeping families in their homes

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Part 1 – Foreclosure Ordinance obliges banks to enroll all vacant properties with the police office. Mandate obliges banks to completely look after properties. Law obliges banks to effectively screen and keep up all abandoned properties.

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Part 2 - Enforcement 12 part Code Enforcement group $1.5 Million dollar complete Budget. Around 6% of police spending plan $41,000 in enrollments charges have been gathered. $30,000 in fines have been issued. Bank are starting to ace effectively look after properties

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Enforcement Results 500 dispossessions have been recognized and have dynamic cases. half of all distinguished empty homes are in consistence. Brokers have turned into the way to property consistence. Dispossessions are turning out to be less obvious as properties are being kept up.

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Part 3 – Foreclosure Prevention Created a Housing Resource Center Provide dispossession anticipation directing Work with mortgage holders and banks to concede to contrasting options to abandonment

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Housing Resource Center (HRC) Established in August 2008 City of Indio—First in the Coachella Valley to set up a City-supported Facility/Program Overall Purpose: To forestall dispossessions and help families to keep their homes

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Operations/Staffing Operated by : Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board (IFHMB) - IFHMB is a HUD-affirmed lodging guiding office Staffed with : two (2) Housing Counselors Completed HUD-ensured preparing program Prior land/lodging background Bilingual (English/Spanish)

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Foreclosure Prevention Assistance Explain dispossession procedure and other options to property holders Facilitate exchanges amongst mortgage holder and moneylenders/banks Lenders perceive part of Housing Counselors Alternatives to dispossession incorporate : Loan Modifications (change terms) Monthly fractional reimbursement of misconduct Suspend installment until mortgage holder can pay

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Level of Assistance (starting 1/9/09) Phone Calls: 467 Walk-ins: 218 Counseling Sessions: 140 Families who have stayed in their homes: 139

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If nothing was done We would have a 25% expansion in the quantity of empty homes. Wrongdoing and curse would increment (Broken Window) More families would be uprooted from the group

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Conclusion This project gives inhabitants the open door and assets to help them stay in their homes. The Foreclosure Ordinance gives the instruments to consider loan specialists responsible for the states of their properties. This Foreclosure Ordinance is stand out instrument utilized as a part of the city's far reaching way to deal with code authorization intended to diminish wrongdoing and scourge.

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Recommendations Develop an extensive civil code implementation program based out of your police office. Embrace a complete deserted property enlistment and upkeep law. Receive an exhaustive Public Nuisance and Property Maintenance Ordinance. Create associations with your neighborhood real estate agents, realty affiliations and property administration organizations and work with them to take care of these issues. Conduct workshops and open asset fixates concentrated on keeping individuals in their homes.

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Contact Info Brad Ramos Indio Police Department 46800 Jackson St. Indio, CA 92201 (760) 391-4035 bramos@indiopd.org Jason Anderson Indio Police Department 46800 Jackson St. Indio, CA 92201 (760) 391-4123 janderson@indiopd.org Jesus Gomez City of Indio 100 Civic Center Mall Indio, CA 92201 (760) 541-2460 jgomez@indio.org

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Thank You! QUESTIONS?