Home Rehab

Want to Improve Your Home?

The Housing Authority of Utah County provides low interest (0–3 percent) loans for home repairs to qualified and income eligible homeowners. In certain instances, loan repayment may be deferred until the borrower sells or transfers the property to another owner or the borrower’s income increases. Households with eligible disabled or elderly persons may qualify for zero percent minimum payment loans.

Typical home repairs and improvements that the loan may cover include connecting to a new sewer system, repairing or replacing a furnace, insulating an attic or wall, updating electrical or plumbing systems, repairing or replacing roofs, painting, and handicap accessibility. The program purpose is to help citizens live in safe and adequate housing.

 

Qualifying Repairs:

  • Plumbing and Electrical Systems
  • Roofs
  • Furnaces and Water Heaters
  • Structural Repair
  • Kitchen and Bathroom Rehabilitation
  • Interior and Exterior Paint
  • Flooring
  • Handicap Accessibility
  • Building Code Violation
  • Windows and Doors

How to Qualify:

You may qualify for a 0-3 percent interest rehabilitation loan if :

  • You own and live in your home
  • The annual income of all adults in the household is within the following limits:
Household Size Maximum Gross Income
1 $37,900
2 $43,300
3 $48,700
4 $54,100
5 $58,450
6 $62,800
7 $67,100
8 $71,450

 

For more information, call Eric Jorgensen at the Housing Authority of Utah County, 801-373-8333, ext. 307 or email ejorgensen@housinguc.org. You are welcome to pick up an application at our office.

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