The Housing Rehabilitation Program assists qualified low and moderate income property owners in making necessary repairs, such as:
Correction of hazardous conditions
Correction of building code violations
Repair or replacement of walls, ceilings, windows and doors
Heating systems replacement
Electrical and plumbing repairs
Repairing roofs, siding, and gutters
Handicap access ramps and decks
Financial assistance is available in the form of deferred payment, no-interest loans to low-income owner-occupants. Loan amounts and repayment terms will vary according to the work involved, the number of dwelling units in the structure, and the income of the residents.
Funds are also available to lower-income homeowners and rental properties (where the majority of the tenants are low income) in lower-income neighborhoods to carry out exterior rehabilitation in tandem with code-related repairs.
Please fill out this Application (PDF) and return to our office with a COPY of the requested documents.
The City of Framingham's Community Development Department (CDD) administers Housing Rehabilitation Programs designed to assist homeowners in their efforts to repair and improve their residential properties throughout the City.
A list of licensed and insured contractors interested in performing housing rehabilitation work is now being updated for use by the CDD. We invite interested Contractors to apply. Minority and Women Business Enterprises are encouraged to participate.
For further information, contact: Community Development Coordinator 150 Concord Street, Room B3 Framingham, MA 01702 Phone: 508-532-5457
The City of Framingham's Community Development programs and activities do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, handicap, familial status, or national origin and are available on an equal opportunity basis. Restrictions apply.