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City of Colorado Springs / Housing Development / Frequently Asked Questions / Housing Rehabilitation

Frequently Asked Questions - Housing Development
Housing Rehabilitation

Q: I'm getting married soon and plan to rent out my home when I move in with my spouse. The house needs rehab before it can be rented. Can you help me if I don't live in the home?

A: We will consider your application under the Investor Owner Rehab loan program.

For more information, contact  or call 719-385-5912.


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Q: I live outside of the city limits of Colorado Springs. Can I still apply for a rehab loan? My income is low and I live in my home.

A: 

The Housing Development Division administers the El Paso County Rehab Program through an Intergovernmental Agreement with the county. This program is available for owner occupants with low income living outside of the Colorado Springs city limits.



For more information, contact  or call (719) 385-5912.


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Q: My neighbor got a loan from you to fix up his home and he doesn't have to make a payment. Is that true? Can I get the same kind of loan?

A: 

A deferred payment loan at zero percent (0%) interest is one of the options that we will consider if you qualify through the Owner Occupant Rehab loan program. Household income is one of the factors that we consider in order to provide a loan. You can call to find out if you qualify.



For more information, contact  or call (719) 385-5912.


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Q: My house needs a lot of work and it looks like I'm within your income guidelines. Can I apply for a Community Development Block Grant to get the work done?

A: 

The Housing Development Division receives Community Development Block Grant funds from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. In turn, we make low or no interest loans available to qualified customers for eligible rehabilitation.



For more information, contact  or call (719) 385-5912.


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