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- Community Services
The Office of Community Services administers the City's HeadStart program, manages three affordable child care centers, offers ombudsman services; administers vital home energy assistance programs; and and hosts the Summer Food Services Program. Child Care
- Vacants to Value Homebuyer Disclaimer Statement
The information on this website is provided solely for guidance purposes- to assist you in locating properties that MAY be eligible for Vacant to Value Homeownership Incentives. It is a search tool only. Inclusion on this website means only that the property meets the initial eligibility requirements for the Program and that the Incentives COULD apply. No other information concerning the property and your individual eligibility for the incentives can be
- Historic Preservation Timeline
Poe Homes, the first public housing development, opens under the leadership of HABC Executive Director C. W. Perkins. The
- 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,
- Baltimore City Live Near Your Work Program
This program is a partnership between participating employers and the City of Baltimore designed to encourage homeownership near place of employment. Who is eligible? Employees of participating companies who are first time homebuyers in the City of Baltimore. Participating
- Rehab -Deferred Loan Program
The Deferred Loan Program offers below market-rate rehabilitation loans for owner-occupied properties. Loans are available to low- and moderate-income households. Typical repairs qualifying for this assistance include, but are not limited to: furnace, roof, electrical, and plumbing repair, and accessibility improvements for elderly/handicapped homeowners. Who is
- Senior Citizen Housing Opportunities
The Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC), Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCVP), has identified a number of rent subsidized efficiency apartments available for immediate occupancy to qualified households. For a limited time, HABC is opening its waiting list and accepting applications from Baltimore City residents ONLY who are 62 years of age or older and who wish to be considered for Project Based efficiency
- 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).
- Homeownership-HCVP FAQs
The Housing Choice Voucher Program is a federally funded, locally administered rental assistance program that helps low to moderate-income families, the elderly and the disabled purchase decent, safe housing in the private market. The participant is free to choose any housing type that meets the requirements of the program. Who can receive Housing Choice Voucher Homeownership assistance? The
- 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?
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