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MIDDLETOWN, NJ - If you are a Middletown homeowner, you may be eligible for a home rehabilitation grant/loan of up to $25,000 from the Township’s Home Rehabilitation Program funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This Program is exclusively for low- and moderate- income households to repair or replace older systems in the home such as plumbing, heating, roof, or electric. Handicap accessibility improvements are also eligible.

The Community Development Department staff will be holding a meeting for interested homeowners to find out more about the Program on Thursday, July 23, 2015, at the Middletown Library, located at 55 New Monmouth Road, at 2:00PM. Applications will be available at the meeting. Eligible homeowners must meet the following federal income limits: one person can earn up to $46,100; two people $52,650; three people $59,250; four people $65,800; five people $71,100; six people $76,350; seven people $81,600; eight people $86,900.


If your home was damaged by Superstorm Sandy, these funds may not be used in combination with other funds received for the cost of repairs. Home Rehab grants/loans MAY become available to Sandy damaged households under certain, very limited circumstances.

For more information about the Middletown Township Home Rehab Program, please call (732) 615-2281 or attend the meeting.

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