Low Income Kingston Residents Can Apply For House Rehab Funds
If you are a City of Kingston resident and could use some assistance coming up with funds to repair your home, there might be some help for you.
The City of Kingston is taking applications from low-income home owners for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Housing Rehabilitation Program. You will need to live in the City of Kingston and be what is considered in the low or moderate income bracket, which is be at or below the 80% of median income for the area which is currently $66,650 according to the City of Kingston website.
The funds of up to $25,000 would then be used to pay for the repairs. According to the City of Kingston website, "Funds are provided in the form of a deferred interest-free loan that is forgiven after 10 years."
If you think you might be eligible and currently need repairs on your owner-occupied house, here is the link, where you can get additional details and start your application process.
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