Homeowner, Housing Rehabilitation
Improvements for your home.
Homeowner, Housing Rehabilitation Program
The Homeowner, Housing Rehabilitation Program assists low-income homeowners with repairs to their home. These improvements can address any Health and Safety Issues, Energy Conservation Measures, or Handicap Accessibility Needs.
- Applicants must own the home and the property on which it is located. Property with existing mortgages are eligible.
- Homeowners must carry and provide proof of homeowners insurance (flood insurance, if applicable) to adequately cover all existing mortgages on the property, including the grant, for the period of affordability. At completion of construction, homeowner will be required to list RNDC as an additional loss payee on the policy.
- The grant is secured by an interest free rehabilitation agreement between the applicant and RNDC as Deed of Trust, to the benefit of the applicable agency providing the funding.
- Where applicable the grant is secured by an interest free rehabilitation agreement.
- Applicants acknowledge the approval of funds to complete rehabilitation is contingent upon the availability of funds in their region and their current status on the waiting list.
Funding: (pending availability and region)
- Nevada Housing Authority Home Means Nevada Initiative (HMNI) 3 year forgivable lien.
- White Pine
Before & After Photos
See Us at Work
Weatherization and Homeowner Rehabilitation before and after photos.
Homeowner Rehabilitation and Weatherization – Encapsulate lead based paint hazardous exterior. Install energy efficient windows.
Homeowner Rehabilitation – Partnered with USDA Rural Development Repaired deteriorated exterior and skirting. Installed ADA Accessible wheelchair ramp.
Repaired deteriorated patio, replaced decking, installed steps.
Homeowner Rehabilitation – Install ADA accessible ramp.
Weatherization – Replace deteriorated door.
We are hard at work. Weatherization – Blower Door testing and installing energy efficient windows.