Interest-Free Home Repair Loans Available to City ResidentsProgram Flyer and Notice to Homeowners/Application
Notice to Homeowners in the City of Burlington: Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Available
You may qualify to participate in a housing rehabilitation program to improve your home. Interest free home repair loans are available on a limited basis to low-and moderate- income homeowners. The program is being administered by the City of Burlington, utilizing Small Cities funds as approved by the NJ Department of Community Affairs for homeowners living in Burlington City, New Jersey.
Zero Interest Deferred Loans are available on a limited basis to make major systems upgrades and bring dwellings up to code. Please contact Tanya Bellamy at (856) 690-9590 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
TO RESIDENT HOMEOWNERS IN THE CITY OF BURLINGTON
LIMITED FUNDING MAY BE AVAILABLE
TO MAKE MAJOR SYSTEM REPAIRS TO YOUR HOME
You may qualify to participate in a housing rehabilitation program providing interest free loans to low-and moderate-income resident homeowners. The program is being administered by the City of Burlington utilizing Small Cities funds approved by the NJ Department of Community Affairs for homeowners living in the City of Burlington.
For program highlights, income and other requirments, and a preliminary application, please click on the following links: Program Flyer and Notice to Homeowners/Application
- 0% Interest Deferred Payment Loans
- Warranties on Workmanship and Materials
- Allows for Repairs for items such as:
1. Roofing 6. New Windows
2. Heating 7. Doors
3. Electrical 8. Sagging Ceilings
4. Plumbing 9. Paint
5. Flooring 10. Other Code Requirements
In most cases, the loan is paid back when the title to the property transfers to someone other than the original owner. NO MONTHLY PAYMENTS REQUIRED! To qualify, homeowners must have total gross household income by family size at or less than the amounts published by the Department of Community Affairs. In addition, property taxes and utilities must be current, the property must be covered by current homeowner’s insurance policy and a recorded deed indicating the property owner(s) must be presented.
Resident homeowners in the City of Burlington, who have questions, or wish to apply for funding, should contact the City’s Program Administrator, Tanya Bellamy, of Triad Associates, to obtain an application, or pick up an application at City Hall. For more information, please call 856-690-9590 or via e-mail at TBellamy@traidincorporated.com.
You may also obtain additional information or a hardcopy of preliminary application by contacting William Harris, Director of Housing & Community Development, at 609-386-0200 x130 or via email at WHarris@burlingtonnj.us.