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Housing Rehabilitation Programs

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Income Guidelines for all Three Programs

Housing Rehabilitation Program:

The Housing Rehabilitation Program offers a federally-funded interest-free deferred loan to qualified low and moderate income homeowners to finance a contract for home repairs between a homeowner and a contractor. The maximum loan amount is $35,000.

Roof Repair and Replacement Program:

The Roof Repair and Replacement Program provides federal assistance to repair or replace deteriorated roofing systems that pose a serious threat to the health, safety or welfare of a household. The level of assistance is limited to the specific repairs necessary for the maximum amount of $10,000 per household. The assistance is a grant provided on a one-time basis.

Emergency Repair Program:

The Emergency Repair Program provides federal assistance through a grant to address household repairs that affect the immediate livability of the home. Repairs are limited and assistance is based on priority of emergency. The maximum grant is $6,000 per household per year.

Contractors Page:

Includes the Contractor Application, Contractor Authorized Signatory Listing, General Conditions and Bid Instructions.

Forms and Frequently asked Questions:

Applications for all three housing rehabilitation programs, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s), Program Guidelines and more.