Home Rehabilitation In Washington, DC

The DC Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) provides grants and loans, not to exceed a total of $50,000, to help DC homeowners finance home repairs that will:

  • Remove barriers to accessibility for persons with physical impairments.
  • Roof repairs or replacement.
  • Health hazards such as chipping or deteriorating paint, mold, or water damage.
  • Faulty electrical wiring or electrical fixtures.

*Learn how to apply and about the Single Family Residential Rehabilitation Program (SFRRP) process at a free orientation.* Click Here to register.

To be eligible:

  • Own and live in their home as their primary residence for at least 3 years;
  • Be current on all District and Federal taxes;
  • Have a credit report that that shows current payments on all mortgages for the last 12 months;
  • Provide all requested documents;
  • Possess current homeowner’s insurance; and
  • Meet the household income limits.


For the safety of the household members, relocation may be necessary.