Low to moderate income homeowners that reside in the City of Grand Prairie may be eligible for a home improvement loan through the Housing Rehabilitation Program.
The program provides full rehab assistance up to $30,000 and reconstruction up to $150,000 for citizens 60 and older or disabled combining CDBG and/or HOME funds. Liens are filed to protect the City’s investment on single family low to moderate owner-occupied units.
Depending on income, available assistance includes Deferred Payment Loans (DPL) and 0%, 1% or 3% loans for single-family housing rehabilitation. Multi-family rehabilitation assistance is not available.
The purpose of the Housing Rehabilitation Program is to prevent the decline and deterioration of qualified single-family occupied structures by helping them maintain their home through rehabilitation.
Tip: Family sizes in excess of 8 persons are calculated by adding 8% of the four-person income limit for each additional family member. That is, a 9-person limit should be 140% of the 4-person limit, the 10-person limit should be 148%. The income limit values for large households (9-12 persons) must be rounded to the nearest $50. Therefore, all values from 1 to 24 are rounded down to 0, and all values from 25 to 49 are rounded up to 50.
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Owner-occupied single-family property located within the City of Grand Prairie.
The program provides full rehabilitation assistance up to $30,000.
Housing and Neighborhood Services receives prospective applicants from walk-ins, telephone calls and referrals. Housing and Neighborhood Services is responsible for:
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AddressHousing & Neighborhood Services
210 W Main St
Grand Prairie, TX 75050
HoursMon - Thurs: 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Fri: 7:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Sat - Sun: Closed
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