Real Estate Tax Relief for the Elderly and Disabled
There are several City programs that provide tax relief for the elderly and disabled.
Home Rehabilitation Loan Program
This program provides no-interest, deferred payment loans for the design and construction of home improvements to help low- and moderate-income City residents remain in their homes. The program serves owner occupants with combined incomes below 80% of the area median income by family size (which ranged from $70,560 for a household of one to $108,880 for a household of five in 2020). Eligible households may receive loans of up to $135,000 for construction costs, plus additional funds for related costs to improve the safety, accessibility, and quality of their homes. Repayment of the loans is deferred for 99 years or until the property is sold or the owner(s) move, whichever comes first. To learn more, contact Arthur Thomas at email@example.com.
Foreclosure Prevention Resources
The Office of Housing provides referral services to partner agencies addressing a range of housing counseling needs. These include foreclosure prevention, loan default and delinquency, and reverse mortgage counseling. To learn more, contact an approved HUD Housing Counseling agency, including: