Protecting one's housing investment is very important. The condition of a house's
exterior, roof, windows, doors, insulation, heating, plumbing, electrical, and foundation
determine its real value and its life expectancy. A well maintained house extends
its economic life and it remains a viable shelter for its occupants. Sometimes maintenance
is deferred due to the homeowner's financial situation. For low-
These CDBG funds are secured by placing a non-
Anyone interested in any Homeowner Rehabilitation Assistance Program must contact
CLM Community Action Agency at 906-
In addition, as a part of the application process, homeowners must also bring the following documents to their appointment:
Proof of income – current pay stubs; Self-
• Proof of ownership – deed, purchase agreement, etc.
• Property tax receipts for the last two years.
• Proof of homeowners insurance.
• List of repairs to be completed.
Click on your county to get more information and an application: