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Modification Funds

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If you live in Federally-assisted housing, the housing provider may be required to pay for modifications. For more information, see the discussion of "reasonable accommodations" under Section 504 Frequently Asked Questions. If you don't live in Federally-assisted housing, you'll have to pay for modifications yourself. But there's help available!

HUD has two home improvement loan programs:
 -   Property Improvement Loans (Title I)
 -   Rehabilitation Loans (Section 203 (k)

 

 
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