Rural Housing Loans

USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack announced $600,000 in loans for poor, rural residents.
These low-rate loans will be given to eight organizations to pay for home repairs with low- and very-low-income rural residents across America.
“Housing is the cornerstone of all thriving, stable communities, and every American deserves to live in a safe and decent home,” Vilsack said. “These grants will help rural residents make needed repairs and energy-saving upgrades, and continue making investments to strengthen communities throughout the country.”
This money is available through the USDA Rural Development’s Housing Preservation program. Some organizations receiving money include: Metlakatla Housing Authority (Alaska), Arkansas Land and Farm Corp., Gilman Housing Trust (Vermont), Clare County Community Development (Michigan) and Navajo Utah Commission (Arizona).
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