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=====Help for Home Improvements===== =====Help for Home Improvements=====
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 +**Update November 2019**
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 +Loans and Grants are available from the U.S, Department of Agriculture. They are offered to eligible individuals who are at least 62 or older. To see if you qualify you can go to the USDA website or better yet, get in touch with the nearest Rural Development field office  for the state you live in. You can also see if you might be eligible by completing a[[domain_discuss:benefits.gov| benefits questionnaire]]. If you do qualify you can get grants of as much as $7,500. Loans of up to 20 years are available at 1% interest payable payable over twenty years. Definitely worth checking out!
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First, if you are trying to renovate or restore a historic building you could be eligible for a very specific type of grant. Before you look any further check out our review of [[grants_for_historical_buildings|grants to restore historical buildings]]. If you are improving your own home and are reading this before late December of 2015, a refinance under the HARP program could save you a lot of money monthly with a smaller mortgage payment. Plus you might be able to take some cash out at a very low rate. The requirements have relaxed a lot under this plan! Even if you have applied and been turned down in the past you could still have a chance today. Don’t wait, take a few minutes to read our summary about [[assistance_for_harp_program_eligibility|assistance for HARP eligibility]]. First, if you are trying to renovate or restore a historic building you could be eligible for a very specific type of grant. Before you look any further check out our review of [[grants_for_historical_buildings|grants to restore historical buildings]]. If you are improving your own home and are reading this before late December of 2015, a refinance under the HARP program could save you a lot of money monthly with a smaller mortgage payment. Plus you might be able to take some cash out at a very low rate. The requirements have relaxed a lot under this plan! Even if you have applied and been turned down in the past you could still have a chance today. Don’t wait, take a few minutes to read our summary about [[assistance_for_harp_program_eligibility|assistance for HARP eligibility]].
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