Helping existing residents with critical home repairs
Heritage Owner-Occupied Rehab (OOR) is a new affordable housing initiative to help current lower-income City of Atlanta residents remain in their homes and avoid displacement. Heritage OOR includes three programs offering residents forgivable loans to make critical health and safety repairs on their homes. Senior households aged 55+, military veterans, disabled head of households, and those that have been in their homes for 15+ years will have priority in the programs.
Information & Application Process
For more information, please reach out to the Program Managers listed below. They will begin accepting applications on April 4, 2018. Please contact the Program Manager for your Council District. (Click here to find your District. Type in your address and look under Administrative Area.)
|2 & 6||Executive Realty Solutions||Vanessa Harris
|7 & 8||National Property Institute||Greg Shealey
|1, 9 & 10||House Proud||Lisa Jonesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3 & 4||Meals on Wheels Atlanta||Vona Cox||404-351-3889
|5, 11 & 12||Synergy Real Estate||Program Manageremail@example.com|
For the Westside and Choice Neighborhoods Heritage Owner-Occupied Rehab programs, please contact Meals on Wheels at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-351-3889.
The citywide program will provide up to $30,000 to eligible City of Atlanta homeowners, and is funded under the Housing Opportunity Bond, a $40 million bond issuance unanimously approved and supported by Atlanta City Council in March 2017. Program details, eligibility guidelines, and FAQs can be found here:
This OOR program is for residents in Westside TAD neighborhoods (Vine City, English Avenue and portions of Castleberry Hill), and is funded by the Vine City Trust Fund and Westside TAD tax increment financing. Program details, eligibility guidelines, and FAQs can be found here:
Choice Neighborhoods Heritage
This OOR program is for residents in the Choice Neighborhoods (Ashview Heights and Atlanta University Center Communities) and is supported by a Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant, as well as City of Atlanta and Atlanta Housing Authority Moving to Work funds. Program details, eligibility guidelines, and FAQs can be found here:
Community Engagement Meeting Dates
Invest Atlanta is conducting citywide information sessions for residents starting March 10. RSVP here.
|3/24/2018||9am-11am||C.T. Martin Recreation Center||3201 M.L.K. Jr. Dr., Atlanta, GA 30311|
|4/7/2018||9am-11am||Atlanta Technical College||1560 Metropolitan Parkway SE, Atlanta, GA 30310|
|4/14/2018||9am-11am||Peachtree Hills Recreation Center||308 Peachtree Hills Ave. NE, Atlanta, GA 30305|
Heritage OOR programs are part of Mayor Bottoms’ larger goal of investing $1 billion from public and private sources to support affordable housing in Atlanta, the largest such investment in Atlanta's history.