Fulton County Begins Accepting Pre-Applications from Homeowners July 1 for Housing Rehabilitation Assistance

The program serves low and moderate-income homeowners.

Credit: Fulton County
Credit: Fulton County
By Felecia Church

Fulton County will begin accepting pre-applications from Fulton County homeowners for Housing Rehabilitation Assistance beginning July 1, 2014.  Pre-applications will be accepted  for Deferred Payment Loans (DPL) through July 31, 2014, by the Housing and Human Services Department’s  Housing Rehabilitation Program. The program serves low and moderate-income homeowners.

The County is prepared to provide financial assistance to help bring substandard, single family, owner-occupied residential properties located in Fulton County into compliance with federal regulations and County code.  Properties located in the Cities of Atlanta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, and Johns Creek, are not eligible for assistance under this program.

Funds for the Housing Rehabilitation Program are made available each year by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). 

To obtain a Pre-Application Form,  residents in need of assistance must send their name, address, city, state, zip code and telephone number to:  Fulton County Housing Rehabilitation Program Attn:  DPL Project Manager, 5600 Stonewall Tell Road, Suite 204, College Park, GA 30349.

For more information, contact Community Development Manager Lolita Collins at 404-613-7944.

Citizens in need of reasonable accommodations due to a disability including communications in an alternative format should contact Nell Kapple in the Department of Housing and Human Services at (404) 613-7944. To obtain Georgia Relay Access, citizens should dial 711.

Brent Seeger June 26, 2014 at 03:24 PM
Great more government handouts going to illegals. This is exactly what we need. Break the back of the American worker and then let the illegals invade.


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