Do You Need Help to Rehab Your Home?
more about the Westmoreland County Owner-Occupied Housing
If you own and live in a home in Westmoreland County that has major
code deficiencies, you may qualify for a program offered by the
Westmoreland County Department of Planning and Development in
collaboration with The Westmoreland County Housing Authority
Who is Eligible?
The program is open to Westmoreland County residents who own and
live in a home that needs to be rehabilitated.
homeowner listed on the property deed must complete and sign the
Justifcats form authorizing a credit check.
Rehabilitation assistance will be targeted to homes that are code
deficient and may need a new roof, rewiring, plumbing fixtures, new
HVAC, or help with water damage.
Eligible home owners may receive assistance up to $20,000 in the
form of an interest free deferred loan over a 10 year period. The
repayment plan is prorated based on income and length of time the
home owner continues to reside in the home after it is
Download the Application
||Annual Gross Income
should be below 50%
County Median Income
|Annual Gross Income should not
exceed 200% of
County Median Income
The Westmoreland County Housing Authority Weatherization Program
will be responsible for:
- Reviewing your application
- Determining income eligibility and ability to repay loans
- Inspecting eligible properties
- Determining the scope of work including detailed
specifications and cost estimates
- Performing the actual rehabilitation work
For more information contact
Westmoreland County Housing Authority Weatherization Program
154 South Greengate Road
Greensburg, PA 15601
Westmoreland County Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation program is
funded through the 2012 Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and
Rehabilitation Enhancement (PHARE) Fund and the Marcellus Shale
Impact Fees. Westmoreland County is just one of 19 counties in the
state to receive funding to improve the availability and
affordability of housing in the Marcellus Shale region of the state.
Paid for by the Westmoreland County Commissioners
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