from the City of Eugene Website
Eugene residents identify housing affordability as one of the City’s most important problems. Access to safe, high quality, affordable housing creates stability and opportunity for families and individuals who have difficulty affording housing.
Eugene’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program provides low-interest loans and grants to low- or moderate-income homeowners and rental properties for emergency repairs and accessibility improvements. These funds help ensure safe, accessible, and affordable homes for people with disabilities, low-income families, individuals, youth, seniors, and others with special needs.
Applications for the Rental Rehabilitation Loan Program are being accepted based on funding availability and staffing.
- Housing must be within the Eugene city limits
- Applicant must have an ownership interest in the property
- Property taxes paid current
- Rents are affordable and likely to remain affordable to low-income tenants Priority is given to properties with multiple rental units
- The replacement of at least one major component (HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing or roof is required for program eligibility
- At least 70% of the tenants must meet low-income guidelines, as follows:
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Housing Assistance Programs
99 W 10th Ave
Eugene, OR 97401