PUBLIC NOTICE – FY 13-14 CAPER
The Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA), the lead agency for the State of Tennessee Consolidated Plan and annual reporting requirements, has completed a summary of the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the State’s Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014. Written comments on this summary will be accepted through Thursday, September 25, 2014. To access the public comment forum, please go to the THDA website at www.thda.org and select “Public Notices” under “About THDA”.
Click Here for the Consolidated Annual Preformance Report
Emergency Repair Program Overview
The Emergency Repair Program (ERP) provides grants to low income senior homeowners to repair or replace an essential system and/or a critical structural problem. The purpose of the program is to stabilize the senior homeowner’s residence by making rapid, essential repairs to make the home livable. This is not a comprehensive homeowner rehabilitation program.
Homeowner eligibility - Applicants must meet all of the following requirements:
The maximum grant to an eligible homeowner from THDA funds is $10,000. Since the program requires a 50% match of the THDA funds from another source, the maximum contract amount cannot exceed $15,000 ($10,000 from THDA and $5,000 as the 50% match). The assistance the program beneficiaries receive will be in the form of a grant. The Emergency Repair Program will not require a compliance period secured by a lien on the property.
The Emergency Repair Program is intended to make immediate repairs to an essential system so that the senior homeowner can continue to reside in his/her home. The program does not require that the entire structure be brought into compliance with codes. The following list is an example of the types of repairs the program is meant to address:
- Electrical systems
- Plumbing systems
- Septic systems
- Heating and air systems
- Structural repairs to floors or walls
It is anticipated that the senior homeowner will help define the nature of the emergency repair. In many instances, there will be additional work that needs to be done to the house that cannot be addressed with this program, and there may not be a visible difference in the house once the emergency repairs have been completed.
MAAG partners with Habitat for Humanity, Shelby County Housing and with Delta Human Resource Agency to facilitate the Emergency Repair Program. To apply, please contact one of the following:
|In the city of Memphis||
PLEASE NOTE: This is currenlty a pilot program for the Uptown Neighborhood within the city of Memphis. ERP funding is not available for repair to homes located outside of Uptown at this time.
|In Shelby County|| Jim Vazquez
Shelby County Dept of Housing and Community Development
1075 Mullins Station Road, Memphis, TN 38134
|In Fayette, Lauderdale, or Tipton Counties|| Gloria Williams
Delta Human Resource Agency
915 Highway 51 South Covington, TN 38019
Call the MAAG offices at 901.729.2871 if you have additional questions.
In addition to the Emergency Repair Program, the Tennessee Housing Development Agency offers other programs to assist homeowners in need of help. Please visit one of the websites below for more information:
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