What is the Owner Occupied Rehabilitation Program?

The Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation is a program implemented by the City of Deltona to assist eligible homeowners with necessary code, health, and safety repairs. The program is implemented by the City through federal and state grants. Applicants can receive up to $40,000 for needed repairs. The assistance is in the form of a 15-year non-interest bearing mortgage equal to the amount of assistance awarded. To qualify for this program the applicant must meet income and other program requirements.

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1. What is the Owner Occupied Rehabilitation Program?
2. Will I be required to pay this loan back?
3. Are there any properties that cannot participate in this program?
4. What is considered income?
5. Will be required to attend a Class?
6. How long does the process take?
7. How do I apply for assistance under this program?