Heritage at Surprise Affordable Housing Project
Emergency Housing Rehabilitation Program
Emergency Housing Rehabilitations are currently on hold until fall 2019, but interested participants can be added to a wait list by contacting Adam Lane 623.222.2238 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is Minor Housing Rehabilitation?
An emergency minor home rehab is the repair or replacement of a home’s components or systems required for safe occupancy and operation of the home, such as the breakdown of an air conditioner or a water heater. It can also be something that has become progressively worse like a leaking pipe or roof.
Projects are limited to health and safety issues in the home, as well as accessibility modifications where appropriate. Assistance is provided as a forgivable loan. Maximum assistance amount is $20,000.
- Home must be owner-occupied prior to program application
- Family income must be at or below 80% of area median income (gross income)
- Mortgage must be current.
- Current Homeowner’s Insurance
HUD INCOME LIMITS 2019
Maximum gross income guidelines for this program are as follows:
Income Limits - 80% Medium Income
- Complete the program application and provide supporting documentation
- Eligibility verification to include income verification
- Home assessment
- Environmental Review
- Scheduling of Repairs
Projects are selected on a first-come-first served basis with special considerations given to those projects that address health and safety issues.
For more information contact:
Neighborhood Services Supervisor
Major Rehabilitation Program
City of Surprise has received Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funding and funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to provide Major Housing Rehabilitation assistance to qualified homeowners.
Residents may apply to be put on a waitlist for this program. Eligible repairs include major plumbing, electrical, heating, cooling and accessibility items.
Projects are selected on a first come first-serve basis with special considerations given to those projects that address health and safety issues.
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