Residential Rehabilitation Program
Town Begins Residential Rehabilitation Program for Qualifying Residents October 1

The Town of Flower Mound began a Residential Rehabilitation Program on October 1, 2012 to assist low- and moderate-income homeowners in Flower Mound with the rehabilitation of their single-family, owner-occupied houses through the use of Community Development Block Grant funds, provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Applicants must meet HUD income requirements, have an eligible property for repairs, and repairs need to be feasible for rehabilitation. Once all criteria are met, applicants will receive program assistance in the form of a forgivable loan up to $60,000, which will be forgiven over the course of five years. As funds are committed each year, the application process is suspended until additional funds are available. For more information, please visit call the Town of Flower Mound Grants Coordinator, Kay Wilkinson, at 972.874.6040.

Program Guidelines

Program Application

Minimum Property Standards

Notice:  The Town has already received a high number of completed applications.  These applications are being screened for eligibility in the order in which they were received.  Funding will then be committed to those applicants until exhausted.  Therefore, the program has been temporarily suspended and no further applications will be accepted at this time.  Please continue to check back if you are waiting to apply.  Thank you for your interest in the Residential Rehabilitation Program. 

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