TOWN OF PLYMOUTH
HOUSING REHABILITATION LOAN PROGRAM – NEW HIGHER INCOME LIMITS
The Town of Plymouth, Office of Community Development, has funds available to be used for housing rehabilitation loans to homeowners of low and moderate income for the purpose of making repairs related to health and safety issues (leaky roof, plumbing, rotted siding, or windows, outdated electrical systems, failed heating systems, handicap accessibility, repair/replace failed septic systems, emergency repairs, etc.)
These are 2% interest, deferred payment loans, with the principal and interest due upon sale or transfer of property.
Current income limits
Maximum Gross Income
For further information contact the Plymouth Office of Community Development,
Phone: 508-747-1620 ext. 10149 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Community Development (OCD) focuses on planning for future housing, neighborhood development, and supporting local businesses. The following pages are designed to inform you of the many ways OCD can assist you, whether you are a startup or growing a business, buying a home, or repairing your home.
The Office of Community Development's mission is to enhance the character and diversity of the city's neighborhoods and support economic growth that expands opportunities for residents, enables a high quality of life within the community, and contributes to a healthy environment.
The Office of Community Development administers federal, state, and private grants on behalf of the Town of Plymouth, for the good of all residents, focusing on those of low to moderate incomes. The most significant responsibility for the Office of Community Development is the administration of the Community Development Block grant (CDBG). Our programs are designed to support initiatives that:
- Benefit low-to-moderate income persons;
- Promote quality housing, jobs, and sense of community;
- Enhance deteriorated residential and business districts, and
- Maximize citizen participation
Some of our programs are funded in part by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. In the provision of our services, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender or gender identity, age, religion, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, ancestry, public assistance, veteran history/military status, genetic information or disability.