This is the top of the page that shows on all of the pages on this website other than on PDF files. This header has five small pictures and a logo for the Housing Authority. First on the left top of the page is a small picture of a woman wearing a red blouse with her arm over a young woman who has long hair. Behind them is a one story house with red trim and brownish paint. Next to this picture is the logo: it says in blue lettering Housing Authority (carriage return) of Yamhill County | below that is a red pitch of a roof with only the pitch and chimney showing - it's a graphic. Below that is in bolder blue lettering with the letters in all caps HAYC.  Next to the logo is a small picture of five children in a huddle. The photo is taken from beneath looking up at their faces.  The next picture, the third one, is of a white set of housing complexes with a cement walkway leading to the one in the back.  The fourth picture is of a class going on. You can see in the foreground someone with a pen in her hand writing on a paper with a book of some kind open in front then you see people sitting looking away toward someone in the background leading the class who is writing on some kind of white board. The last picture in this header is the side of a two story apartment complex that is white with light blue trim, you can see shrubs and a few trees also. Below this header on the left side of all the pages (except pdf pages) are menus that will take you to various pages - some of these menus drop down to the right with a mouse positioned over the menu item if there are subcategories. Each one is a link to either a page or a pdf file. Below the menus is a search box where you can search text on this site including inside pdf files.

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McMinnville, OR 97128
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Front of very small one story house with two windows on either side of the front door. Below the photo is a small black strip with the word - Before - in white lettering.Housing Rehabilitation Program

Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program
You, or someone you know, may qualify for a zero (0%) to two percent (2%) home repair loan. The standard loan of $15,000 can be increased up to $25,000 if the need for repairs is justified and adequate equity is established. Funds are limited, so if you have an interest, look at our program brochure (Español) and fill out the wait list application (Español). Frequently asked questions (FAQ) can answer concerns you may have.

The Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program is designed to assist low to moderate-income homeowners in making needed repairs to their owner occupied residence (income limits). This program improves the overall livability by addressing health and safety issues, upgrading materials to convert to a safer and more energy efficient, affordable home to live in.  Priority is placed on the repairs needed to make the home safe and to prevent further deterioration and escalated costs if left unattended.  Typical examples of these projects include new roofs, new windows, new electrical wiring, heating system repair/replacement, septic systems etc.

Same house as described above but this time it's very clean looking with what looks like new siding - the color is a light pink or whiteish. Below the picture is a black strip with the word - After - in white lettering. This program is funded through the Yamhill County Affordable Housing Corporation (YCAHC), a nonprofit that contracts with the Housing Authority of Yamhill County to provide qualified staff to administer the program, including Annual Audits that renews and confirms program compliance. The YCAHC also partners with local contractors, individual Municipalities and Yamhill County to receive Community Development Block Grants from the State of Oregon. As loans are repaid to YCAHC, the funds are placed in a revolving loan account designed to make monies available to loan out again.  The program covers all of Yamhill County (McMinnville, Newberg, Amity, Dayton, Lafayette, Dundee, Carlton, Yamhill, and Sheridan, along with parts of Willamina, Grand Ronde, and Gaston).

HAYC maintains a list of licensed and bonded contractors that is provided to homeowners procuring bids upon their request.  HAYC encourages Section 3, and Women Owned businesses to participate in the program.  If you are a contractor that would like to be included on the list, please complete the Contractor Information Form.

Manufactured Home Rehabilitation Grant Program
This program is only available when grant funds are available and is subject to specific award criteria. 

Grants cannot exceed $10,000.00, or the actual cost of approved repair items.  Allowable repair items will only be for the correction and improvements of immediate health and safety issues, or modifications necessary to address the needs of elderly or disable household members.

More information about this program is available in the (Manufactured Home Rehabilitation Grant Program) brochure (Español) . If you would like your name added to the waiting list, please fill out and return the wait list application (Español).




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