Single Family Residential Rehabilitation (SFRRP) administers loans and/or grants for home repairs to alleviate DC building code violations and assists homeowners in repairing physical threats to health and safety, and modify and/or eliminate barriers to accessibility for persons with mobility or other physical impairments. SFRRP helps households finance minor home repairs that will; address building code violations, repair roofs, remove threats to health and safety, and modify and/or eliminate barriers to accessibility for persons with mobility or other physical impairments.
Areas of Interest:
- Single Family Residential Rehabilitation Program CBOs
- Eligibility/How to Apply
- Single Family Residential Rehabilitation Program (SFRRP) Fact Sheet
SFRRP - Programs
Roof Repair Program
This Program is part of the SFRRP and provides a grant for seniors of up to $15,000 to replace and/or repair the roof. This grant pays for exterior roofing and gutter work only.
Handicapped Accessibility Improvement Program (HAIP)
This program provides a grant of up to $30,000 for accessibility modifications needed to adjust most physical barriers within a home for persons with mobility or other physical impairments.
This program offers low to zero-interest loans to address building deficiencies. These loans are amortized for 20 years and are often deferred until the home is sold or refinanced.
Additional Benefit for Seniors
Households, where the head of household is 62 years or older, may have the first $10,000 of their loan, provided as a permanently deferred loan. Deferral of additional amounts will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Note: Loans and Grants under these Programs may be combined but cannot exceed the overall program maximum of $75,000. All Programs are subject to homeowner eligibility which is based upon the homeowner’s income.