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- Homeownershipo -Federal Mortgage Programs and Homeownership Assistance
The Office of Homeownership established a new program designed to assist first time home buyers. The program, the Community Development Block Grant Program, can give qualified first time home buyer $5,000 toward down payment and settlement expenses. Who is eligible?
- Rehab -Accessible Homes For Seniors
This program is a project of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development in partnership with the Maryland Department of Aging. Its purpose is to promote accessibility-related improvements to the homes of seniors. Who is eligible? Households below 80% of Maryland state median income levels (see chart below).
- Orchard Ridge
Project Name: Orchard Ridge Neighborhood: Belair-Edison Address: 4300 Orchard Ridge Blvd. 21213 Description: Baltimore Housing has redeveloped the former failed low-income housing projects into a new rental and for-sale neighborhood that has attracted families from all income groups. The former Freedom Village Apartments consisted of 307-unit FHA-subsidized
- Carmelo Anthony Youth Development Center
Carmelo Anthony Youth Development Center initiative provides programs and services to residents of East Baltimore that includes Perkins Homes, Pleasant View Gardens, Fayette Street corridor, and McElderry Park communities. Who is eligible? Children and youth living in the surrounding public housing communities. What are the benefits? Positive role models
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- Our House Early Head Start Program
Our House is a child-centered, family focused program that provides free comprehensive services, either on-site, in the home or though referrals, to families, targeting parents and their children from birth through age three. The Center provides the following core services: - Infant/toddler program - developmental infant toddler care/assessment; - Parent Education;
- LIGHT Program
The LIGHT Program believes that residents' health and well-being depend on multiple factors which no one Baltimore City agency or outside organization is able to address on its own. To help Baltimore City residents become more self-sufficient, safer, more stable and healthier in their homes, LIGHT assists residents in obtaining a variety of no- and low-cost services,
- Homeownership -Resources
The Live Baltimore Home Center's award-winning site offers information about buying in Baltimore, preferred real estate agents, homeownership incentives, neighborhood profiles, and city living events. www.healthyneighborhoods.org The Healthy
- Permit Procedures
Baltimore City One-Stop Center is located at Room 100, 417 E Fayette Street, overlooking the courtyard by the City Hall and the War Memorial Building. The One-Stop Center is designed to create a customer friendly environment and to aid faster permits by eliminating lengthy wait time. In the One-Stop Center, the customer would go through the information desk, Zoning
Acquiring property from the City has never been easier. Take a look at our up-to-date list of current and recently awarded opportunities. You can also get information on Financial & Programmatic Support. Whether you're a large-scale developer, a local community development corporation, a faith-based
- Community Services
The Office of Community Services provides food, clothing, and emergency relocation services to families facing eviction, utility disconnection or temporary homelessness through its Office of the Ombudsman. The Office of Community Services also operates the Dawson Family Safe Haven Center and two affordable child care centers.
- Project CORE
In January 2016, a four-year partnership between the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, the Maryland Stadium Authority, and the Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development to demolish thousands of vacant buildings to serve as the catalyst for redevelopment, reinvestment, and stabilization in Baltimore was announced. Project Creating Opportunities for Renewal and