Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Programs
Home Ownership Preservation Program
On December 1, 2021, County Executive Alsobrooks launched the Home Ownership Preservation Program (HOPP) with a $1 million investment. HOPP can provide up to $30,000 to homeowners for health, safety, energy efficiency and accessibility repairs in qualified, owner-occupied homes. Households under 50% of the area median income (AMI) can receive up to $50,000 in services. There are income, location, and eligibility requirements. DHCD has partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Maryland to implement this program in the County’s qualified census tract areas with special emphasis on homes within one mile of a future Purple Line transit stop.
Sidney Banks, a County resident, was able to use the HOPP program to make his home more accessible and make some "much needed" repairs to his home: video clip
Home preservation services may include the following: roofing and gutters, electrical repair, plumbing repair, tree removal, stairlift and accessibility equipment, HVAC replacement and repair, water heater replacement/repair and more.
All interested parties MUST submit an inquiry either via Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland’s website or by mail (by contacting Habitat for Humanity-Metro Maryland at 301-990-0014 x 19). Applications can only be forwarded to residents recorded on Habitat’s inquiry list, so all interested parties must submit an inquiry.
The Blue Line Corridor Homeowner Rehabilitation Assistance Program is a can provide up to $60,000 in health, safety, energy efficiency and accessibility repairs in qualified, owner-occupied homes in Prince George's County. For more information contact Kierra Huff at Housing Initiative Partnership, Inc. email@example.com or call (301) 699-5875.
Maryland Housing Rehabilitation Program
For more information about the Maryland Housing Rehabilitation Program, call 800-638-7781 and ask to speak to the Special Loan Program representative.
Equal Opportunity Provider
Prince George’s County affirmatively promotes equal opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, ethnic or national origin, disability, or familial status in admission or access to benefits in programs or activities.