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Rehabilitation Programs for Low Income Owner-Occupants

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Now that you have a home in San Francisco, let us help you maintain it!

Welcome to the Mayors Office of Housing and Community Development Property Rehabilitation Programs page. Our programs provide assistance to homeowners and to owners of multi-family properties. We offer both grants and loans each program has its own qualifying criteria.

MOHCD offers three different property rehabilitation loans and two grant programs.


Loan Programs

For additional information about property rehabilitation programs to homeowners (of properties with 4 or less units) click on the programs below, call our partner agencies, or call MOHCD at 415-701-5500.

Community Housing Rehabilitation Program CHRP - (major rehabilitation loan)

CalHome CalHome (major rehabilitation loan)

Code Enforcement Rehabilitation Fund CERF (minor rehabilitation loan)

Partner Agencies

Asian, Inc.
1670 Pine Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 928-5910
jeff@asianince.org
http://www.asianinc.org/


San Francisco Housing Development Corporation (SFHDC)

5266 3rd Street
San Francisco, CA 94124-3117
(415) 822-1022
Antoinette Venable
Antoinette@sfhdc.org
http://www.sfhdc.org/


Grant Programs

For additional information about our grants, click on the programs below or call MOHCD at 415-701-5500.

LEAD-Based Paint Hazards Control Grant Program - LEAD

Underground Utility Grant Program - UUP

Program

Type of Product

Eligible Applicant

Income Eligibility

Number of Units

Maximum Amount of Funds

Terms and Interest Rates

Community Housing Rehabilitation Program (CHRP)

Loan

Owner-occupants

HUD Low-Income adjusted by household size (income grid)

 

1-2

$125,000 for one unit, $200,000 for two units

Due at sale, transfer of title, or non-owner occupancy, 3%

CalHome

Loan

Owner-occupants

HUD Low-Income adjusted by household size (income grid)

 

1-4, work restricted to owner unit and common areas

105% of Loan to (Post-Work Appraisal) Value

30 years or due at sale, transfer of title, or non-owner occupancy whichever comes first, 3%

Code Enforcement Rehabilitation Fund (CERF)

Loan

Owner-occupants

HUDs 80% of AMI (income grid )

 

1-3

$15,000 per unit

Due at sale, transfer of title, or non-owner occupancy, 0%

Underground Utilities Program (UUP)

Grant

Owner-occupants living in a designated Undergrounding District

HUDs 80% of AMI (income grid )

 

1-3

$4,000 per unit

N/A

LEAD-Based Paint Hazard Control Program

Grant

Property Owners with Low-income tenants and Low-Income Homeowners

HUD Low-Income adjusted by household size(income grid )

 

Single Family Homes and Multi-Family Properties

$15,000 per unit

N/A


Check out our Homeowner Resource Page for links to important websites!

 

 
 
Last updated: 1/8/2014 3:28:49 PM