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To access existing grants, call the local county office, state housing authority or the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and inquire about current grant programs. Grants.gov is a good place to look for federa... More »

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Low-income homeowners may qualify to receive home improvement grants through various resources, including the United States Department of Agriculture. Homeowners can contact their local United States Department of Agricu... More »

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There are federal grants available to assist low-income people and senior citizens with essential home repairs that would otherwise be unaffordable. These federal grants cover a wide range of home improvement projects. G... More »

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Apply for home repair grants offered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Eligibility for the grants depends on income, age and location, according to Geoff Williams ... More »

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