25 CFR 256.7 - What housing services are available under the Housing Improvement Program?
|Type ofassistance||What it provides||Where to findinformation|
|Category A||Up to $2,500 in safety or sanitation repairs to the dwelling in which you live, which will remain substandard. Can be provided more than once, but for not more than one dwelling and the total assistance cannot exceed $2,500||§ 256.8|
|Category B||Up to $35,000 in repairs and renovation, which will bring your dwelling to Standard Housing condition, as defined in § 256.2. Can only be provided once||§ 256.9|
|Category C||A modest dwelling that meets the criteria in § 256.11; and the definition of Standard Housing in § 256.2; and whose costs are determined by and limited to the criteria in 256.17(b). can only be provided once||§ 256.10 & § 256.11.|
Four categories of assistance are available under the HIP, as outlined in the following table.
|Type of assistance||What it provides||Where to find information|
|Category A||Up to $7,500 in safety or sanitation repairs to the house in which you live, which will remain substandard. Can be provided more than once, but not for more than one house and the total assistance cannot exceed $7,500. (For Alaska, freight cost not to exceed 100 percent of the cost of materials can be added to the cost of the project.)||§ 256.8.|
|Category B||Up to $60,000 in renovation, which will bring your house to standard housing condition, as defined in
|Category C||A modest house that meets the criteria in
|Category D||Assistance towards the purchase of a modest house that meets the definition of standard housing in § 256.2||§ 256.11.|
Title 25 published on 2015-04-01
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 25 CFR Part 256 after this date.