Payment to housing owners for losses of rental income incurred in holding units
for persons displaced by relocation activities.
Removal of material and architectural barriers which restrict the mobility an
accessibility of elderly and handicapped persons to publicly- and privately-
owned buildings, facilities and improvements.
Acquisition, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or installation of the
distribution lines and facilities of privately-owned utilities.
Construction of housing assisted under Section 17 of the United States Housing
Act of 1937.
Direct assistance to facilitate and expand low-and moderate-income home
ownership by subsidizing mortgage rates and principal amounts, financing the
acquisition of housing occupied by low- and moderate-income persons,
acquiring guarantees of financing obtained from private lenders, providing up
to 50 percent of down payment, or paying reasonable closing costs.
Eligible Rehabilitation and Preservation Activities - §570.202
Rehabilitation assistance for:
• Privately-owned residential buildings and improvements;
• Low-income public housing and other publicly-owned residential buildings
• Publicly - and privately - owned commercial or industrial buildings;
• Manufactured housing, when such housing is considered part of the
community’s permanent housing stock.
Financing assistance through grants, loans, loan guarantees, interest
supplements, or other means for:
• Private individuals and entities, including profit-making and non-profit
organizations, to acquire for the purposes of rehabilitation, and to
rehabilitate properties for use or resale for residential purposes
Labor, materials, and other rehabilitation costs, including repair,
f principal fixtures and components, installation of security
devices, and renovation of existing structure
Loans for refinancing existing indebtedness secured by a property being
rehabilitated, if the grantee determines that the financing is appropriate to
achieve its community development objectives;
• Improvements to increase the efficient use of energy;
• Improvements to increase the efficient use of water;
Connection of residential structures to water distribution or local sewer
homeowner warranty premiums, hazard insurance premiums, flood
insurance premiums and lead-
based paint testing and abatement, for
rehabilitation carried out with CDBG funds;
• Acquisition of tools to be lent to carry out rehabilitation;
• Rehabilitation services related to assisting participants in CDBG-funded
rehabilitation activities (such as rehabilitation counseling, energy auditing,
preparation of work specifications, loan processing, and inspection), and;
• Rehabilitation of housing under Section 17 of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937.