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The purpose of the Pinal County Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation (OOHR) Program is to assist low-income homeowners with the repair, rehabilitation or reconstruction of housing in which they reside. Rehabilitation includes the alteration, improvement, or modification of an existing structure. Projects such as correcting code violations and solving health and safety issues are the focus of the OOHR Program. The OOHR Program uses funds from the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Program, and other available grant funds.
To be eligible for the OOHR Program, the applicant and property to be rehabilitated must meet the following criteria:
To submit an application for assistance, an applicant must register on the Pinal County, AZ Participant Portal.
Services are provided in the form of a grant or a forgivable loan. The amount of work required determines the funding that will be used and whether it will be a grant or forgivable loans. Forgivable loans are not required to be paid back unless the homeowner sells the home within the recapture period. The forgivable loan will require a lien be placed on the home for a specified period of time.
You may contact the Rehabilitation Specialist at 520-866-6012