Housing Rehabilitation Programs

The City of Chandler's Housing Rehabilitation Programs are designed to provide assistance to homeowners who are low and moderate-income necessary to improve their living conditions and elevate neighborhoods within the City.  

Eligibility Requirements for the following programs

  • Chandler resident and legal U.S. resident
  • Proof of homeownership
  • Current on mortgage and taxes
  • Household income verification
  • Primary residence for at least one year
  • Home must be City Code compliant
  • At or below 80% Area Median Income (AMI)
  • Additional requirements may apply
     

The City of Chandler has partnered with FSL Home Improvements to provide the following programs:

 

This is a grant of up to $10,000 available to Chandler homeowners who are low and moderate-income with housing problems that pose a serious and immediate threat to the health, safety, or welfare of the household. Typical repairs include HVAC, roofing, plumbing and other emergency items approved by the Community Development Division.

 

This Loan Program provides Chandler homeowners who are low and moderate-income with a forgivable loan up to $20,000 over 5 years to assist in making necessary improvements to the exterior of the home. These homes include single-family owner-occupied homes, condos and townhouses. Typical improvements include replacement/repair of windows, exterior doors, roofs, exterior painting, fence/block wall, stucco and front yard landscaping.

This is a grant up to $10,000 available to Chandler homeowners, who are low and moderate-income and are disabled, to assist in making necessary improvements or modifications to remove accessibility barriers. These homes include single-family owner-occupied homes, condos and townhouses.

Typical improvements include widening doorways to accommodate wheelchairs, installation of wheelchair ramps, grab bars, railings, door hardware, modifications to showers, sinks and toilets, abatement of lead-based paint and other work approved by the Community Development Division.

Housing Rehabilitation Hotline | 480-782-4323