Minor Home Repair Program
The Owner-Occupied Minor Home Repair Program is designed to provide home repair assistance for existing eligible homes. The program does not reimburse for repairs prior to applying for assistance.
Types of Repairs
- Impact Windows
- Impact Doors
- Roof Replacement
- Correct health and safety hazards
- Any building or code deficiencies of owner occupied properties
2023 Program Maximum Income Limits per Number of Household Members
In order to be deemed income-eligible for this program, your total annual gross household income must not exceed the amounts as determined by the income limits in the chart below.
*Please note Income Limits are subject to change by HUD on an annual basis.
Applicants will have their application reviewed for eligibility to ensure that extremely low, very low, low and moderate-income families are served. The maximum assistance is up to $60,000 for households with income that does not exceed 50% of Area Median Income (AMI), $50,000 for households with income that does not exceed 80% of Area Median Income (AMI) and $40,000 for households with income that exceeds 80% AMI but at or below 120% AMI. Award is subject to City Staff review. Depending on the availability of funds, applicants will be funded on a first-ready, first-served basis.
Assistance is in the form of a 15-year, 0% interest, deferred payment second mortgage. Homeowners will not be required to make any payments on the loan if they remain in the property for 15 years.
The 2022 Owner-Occupied Minor Home Repair Program will utilize the first-come, first-ready, first-served with priority given to elderly and special needs applicants. Application processing time could take up to 90 days. Once your application is being processed, you will receive a letter in the mail. You will be required to submit pertinent documents. You must respond within the given timeframe or your application will be denied. Housing assistance programs are dependent upon funding availability.
Application processing will continue until funds have been exhausted or the end of the program year, whichever comes first. Please note applications are purged each program fiscal year cycle.
A fee of $35 will be required from all approved applicants at the time of contract signing. This fee is used to cover the cost associated with satisfying the lien placed on your property as a result of participating in this program.
- Applicants must meet the income requirements set by grant funding source(s).
- Property must be located within the City of Tamarac.
- Applicants required to sign Recapture Loan Document(s).
- The Housing Department must be able to verify income and assets.
- This property must be primary residence and homesteaded.
2022 Open Enrollment
Applications for the 2022 Program Year will be available ONLY via the website
starting on Monday, August 15, 2022 at 8 a.m.
If you were not assisted in the 2021 program year, please re-apply during the 2022 application period.
CAREFULLY read to complete the correct application and follow the instructions on the application website, Neighborly.
(Note: You will be required to Register or Sign In to start/continue your application)
Documents are NOT required during application submission
To apply CLICK HERE
Housing Program Contact
For more information regarding the Home Rehabilitation Program, please contact the Housing Division at 7525 NW 88th Avenue Room 206, Tamarac, FL 33321-2401
Section 3 Policy
Section 3 - Vicinity Hiring Plan
Section 3 - Resident Certification
Section 3 - Business Self-Certification
Funding Sources for the City of Tamarac HOME Rehabilitation program are as follows:
- Federal - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development- Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds
- County/Federal - Broward County Housing Finance and Community Development Division- HOME Funds
- State - Florida Housing Finance Corporation- State Housing Initiatives Program (SHIP) Funds
Please be advised that funding availability is dependent upon funding award from respective funding sources. Assignment of funding source is determined at income certification of eligible applicants.
It is unlawful to discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, age, sex, familial status, national origin, or disability.
The City of Tamarac complies with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you are a disabled person requiring any accommodations or assistance, please view our ADA Notice for additional information
Documents are available in Spanish upon request.
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