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Housing Services

Community Development is responsible for the City of Beaumont's revitalization program. The construction of new affordable houses, the provision of first home buyers assistance and the rehabilitation of older homes, are activities which help expand the City's residential tax base. The objective is to develop viable urban communities and improve economic opportunities, principally for persons of low and moderate income.

CDBG 2010-2014 Consolidated Plan

HUD Web Site 

Hurricane Ike Housing Assistance Application
    Single Family Owner-Occupied
    At this time, applications will ONLY be accepted by mail.
    Applications should be sent to the following address:

    SETRPC Disaster Recovery Division
    Housing Application
    2210 Eastex Freeway
    Beaumont, Texas 77703

 

   City of Beaumont New Housing Construction Program
 

The City of Beaumont’s New Housing Construction Program assists with new housing construction through various non-profit and for-profit developers in Beaumont to eligible families. Down payment assistance is available as a project cost of new construction.  

City of Beaumont Down Payment Assistance Program

Down Payment Assistance is available for first-time homebuyers who purchase an existing or newly constructed home inside the Beaumont city limits.

City of Beaumont Lease-Purchase Program

A Lease-Purchase option is available to first-time homebuyers who purchase properties inside the Beaumont city limits. Homes may be leased up to 36 months before purchase.

 

    Owner-Occupied Housing
    Rehabilitation Program


Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Assistance is available to homeowners who need assistance with repairs to their principal place of residence.
 
  
   FY 2013 Median Family Income:  $53,100 Beaumont, Texas

Income limits are adjusted for family size, thus your annual household income must be at or below the specified amounts based on your family size.

All programs are funded through the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and are subject to federal program compliance requirements and the actual availability of federal funding. Submission of an application does not guarantee approval or assistance.

The Weatherization Assistance Program is funded by the Department of Energy.

Down Payment Assistance Program Information

Down Payment Assistance Program Application

Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Application

Income Limit

1 PERSON

2 PERSON

3 PERSON

4 PERSON

5 PERSON

6 PERSON

7 PERSON

8 PERSON

$30,650

$35,000

$39,400

$43,750

$47,250

$50,750

$54,250

$57,750

Effective 12/11/2012; Income limits are published annually by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The City of Beaumont was selected by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to
be a recipient of the John J. Gunther Blue Ribbon Practices in Community Development Awards.
John J. Gunther was an instrumental character in the history of housing and community development in this country. He was also a major influence in the creation of HUD. It is in his honor that HUD recognizes the most notable and innovative practices in community development. The Blue Ribbon Practices are selected by HUD's Field Offices as part of an annual review of all community development grant recipien
ts.

  
    
                               

      

         

       

       

801 Main, Suite 225
Beaumont TX 77701
Phone: 409.880.3763|
Fax: 409.880.3125

 

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