Minor Home Repair Program
The MHRP seeks to provide homeowners who may not normally qualify for a traditional home equity loan with an earned grant to make needed improvements to their home to bring it closer to state and local building codes. In 2017, the MHRP provided improvements to 16 low-income homeowners. Projects ranged in costs from $4,270 to $16,600. A total of $140,921 has been invested to both help homeowners stay in their residence and revitalize our economically distressed neighborhoods. The program is made possible through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program.
“I remember feeling extremely blessed or maybe just lucky … Grogg’s just finished installing a complete modern and very efficient central HVAC system in my home and it is undoubtedly because of this (Minor Home Repair) Program.”
– Quote from Homeowner