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The City of Spring Hill has received $375,000 in HOME grant funds from the Tennessee Housing Development Agency for rehabilitating owner-occupied homes within Spring Hill city limits.
This grant does not build new homes or repair homes in severe disrepair. To qualify, it must be possible to bring the home up to code with under $40,000. Eligible applicants must be low-income, show proof of ownership (warranty deed, 99-year lease, life estate), have lived in the home for at least one year, and be current on all property taxes. Proof of income is required. Mobile homes are not eligible.
Applicants will receive points in the following categories: income/family size, number in household, number of elderly, number of disabled (must show proof of disability), single head of household, number of persons under 18, and the condition of the dwelling.
Residents who have previously received home grant funds are not eligible.
Applications are currently available at Spring Hill City Hall, 199 Town Center Parkway. Applications are due back to City Hall by noon Dec. 2, 2016. For more information, contact Maggie Fincher, HOME Administrator, at (931) 379-2957.