Housing

Supported by the Rural Community Assistance Council (RCAC). The Homeownership Counseling Program objective is to provide general education for first time homebuyer education, help homebuyers select the right mortgage product and help buyers avoid predatory lenders. The main purpose of the Homeownership Counseling Program is to help community residents overcome the economical and personal barriers to home ownership. Housing counselors provide guidance to consumers who are buying or renting a home, are homeless, seeking reverse mortgages, have credit issues or are at risk of default or foreclosure.

For more information please visit: http://www.rcac.org/pages/94

Supported by the Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH) this program is designed to assist low to very low income families, families with disabilities, elderly families and families with children younger than 18 years of age who need major repairs to their homes. Homeowners can rest assured the projects will be completed quickly and by reputable contractors that provide quality craftsmanship. Homeowners will also enjoy the convenience of remaining in their home during the repair work. Low interest loans are available.  Seniors and disabled citizens can find relief in having the option of zero percent interest and no payments on their repair loans. This program’s objective is to rehabilitate the homes and bring them up to code according to the Standardized Building Code.

This program, in the same way that Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program, it’s aimed at rehabilitate the homes of qualified low-income residents of Yuma County, Arizona. The beneficiaries must reside in their home for a minimum of five years to qualify for the program, and extended to 15 years for the loan to be forgiven. This program’s objective is to rehabilitate the homes and bring them up to code according to the Standardized Building Code.

For more information please visit http://www.azhousing.gov/ShowPage.aspx?ID=166&CID=11

Campesinos Sin Fronteras received a two-year Self-Help Technical Assistance Program grant to assist low and very low income families with the application filing process and the technical aspects related to the application for assistance to families that have been place in a waiting list. Those families who qualify must agree to contribute a specified minimum of the labor involved in the rehabilitation of their houses.

* USDA (United States Department of Agriculture)

Rural Housing Preservation Grant

The Organization passed through funds for forgivable loans to assist residents of the Yuma County area. Funds are utilized to rehabilitate homes of qualified low-income program participants. The borrowers must reside in their home a minimum of five years for the loan to be forgiven. This program’ objective is to rehabilitate the homes and bring them up to code according to the Standardized Building Code.

* USDA (United States Department of Agriculture)

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