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Building Rehabilitation Loans
Several low-interest loans are available for moderate to extensive renovations of vacant or occupied buildings.
Get Federal Loan Information on GovLoans.gov
GovLoans.gov provides information on a variety of loans from the US Dept. of Education, the National Institute of Health (NIH), and other governmental agencies.
Home Improvement Loans
The Home Improvement Program provides loans of up to $20,000 to owner/occupants of one- to four-family homes throughout the City.
Loans for Renovating Small Buildings
The New Partners Program provides loans of up to $40,000 per unit for renovating small buildings that are in need of renovation and are partially vacant.
Neighborhood Housing Services (NHS)
NHS, a non-profit housing organization, partners with community residents, financial institutions, and government to offer home improvement loans to families in select neighborhoods.
Supportive Housing Loan Program
The Supportive Housing Loan Program provides financing to not-for-profit organizations to develop permanent housing with support services for homeless single adults, including people suffering from disabilities such as mental illness and AIDS. Both new construction and rehabilitation proposals are eligible.
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