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Home Repair Programs

Home Repair Programs

If you own a home in the City of Boulder that needs repairs, but you don’t have the cash or equity to finance them, the Division of Housing may be able to help! We offer low-interest loans for health and safety repairs and energy conservation measures of up to $25,000 for single family homes. Repayment of the loan is deferred for fifteen years or until you sell your home, whichever comes first.

To qualify for home repair loans:

  • You must own and occupy your home and it must be your primary residence.
  • Your home must be located in the City of Boulder.
  • You must have lived in your home for one year.
  • You must demonstrate a financial need.
  • Your assets can not exceed $12,500 (excluding the value of your home). Some retirement assets are exempt.

The amount of interest you are charged is based on your annual income which can not exceed the following:

Household Size 1% Interest Loan 3% Interest Loan
1 $33,650 $44,750
2 $38,450 $51,150
3 $43,250 $57,550
4 $48,050 $63,900
5 $51,900 $69,050

How to Apply

If you are interested in applying to the Home Repair Program, please call our partner, Longs Peak Energy Conservation at 720-864-6401.

Mobile Home Repair Program

Funding is also available for repairs to mobile homes located within the City of Boulder. For details about the Mobile Home Repair Program and to apply, please contact our partner, Longs Peak Energy Conservation, or call at 720-864-6401.

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