Homes that may contain lead paint, and homes that have ADA features or need other necessary repairs may qualify for one of DURA’s housing rehabilitations programs. Under the Housing and Community Development Act, housing rehabilitation programs aim to improve residential buildings. Three goals of housing rehabilitation programs under the Housing and Community Development act include providing safe and sanitary housing conditions for low- and moderate-income people; improving the quality of life of lower income neighborhoods and eliminating dilapidated conditions.
DURA has several housing rehabilitations programs that can help a house feel more like home:
Depending on household income and other factors, DURA low-interest loans are zero- or 1-3%-interest loans — and many can be perpetually deferred.
Call us today at 303-534-3872 to see if you qualify for one of our housing rehabilitations programs and to learn more about how our loans and grants work.