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Thank you for your interest in the Sonoma County Community Development Commission’s Housing Rehabilitation Program.

This program uses federal, State, and local funds to provide low-interest loans to income-qualified households for the rehabilitation of residential properties. The maximum loan amount is typically $24,000 for a mobile home or $50,000 for a single-family home. Eligible property types are owner-occupied mobile homes and single-family homes.

The current interest rate is 3%. The loan term is 20 or 30 years, depending on the funding source. You may qualify for a deferred-payment loan which requires no monthly payments if you demonstrate that monthly payments would be a hardship. Otherwise, the loan is amortized and you would make monthly payments. Application approval is subject to funding availability.

In order to be considered for the program, you must provide documentation regarding your household income, assets, and home including evidence of insurance, evidence of ownership, mortgage information, etc. Please see the following pages for a list of documents you are required to submit. Do not submit your application without all required documentation.
Return your application and all documentation to us at:

Sonoma County Community Development Commission
Attention: Housing Rehab Program
1440 Guerneville Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Our staff will evaluate your application to determine your eligibility for the program. If you are eligible, a Rehabilitation Specialist will conduct an assessment of your home, prepare a scope of work, and solicit bids for your project. You will be able to choose the contractor from all eligible bids. The contract will be between you and the contractor, but the Rehabilitation Specialist will manage the project, inspect the work, and process payments.

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