The Greeley Urban Renewal Authority's purpose is to implement urban redevelopment plans in which acquisition, clearance, rehabilitation, conservation, development, redevelopment or a combination thereof is necessary in the interest of public health, safety, morals or welfare of the residents of the City of Greeley. Urban Renewal Authority services include:
Homes Again This program provides an affordable housing option for qualified low- moderate income residents. Houses in some cases have been moved to current sites from other locations, or purchased while in foreclosure. In either case, the house receives a complete rehab – inside and out – prior to sale. There are income and residency restrictions; please call for more information on program requirements.
Housing Rehabilitation & Winterization This program provides assistance to low- and moderate-income homeowners to bring their single-family home's plumbing, wiring, windows, doors etc. up to City Code. GURA staff inspects the home to see what work is needed and hires a contractor to do the work. Assistance is provided in the form of a low- or no-interest rate loan. Landlords in neighborhoods within the Urban Renewal boundaries may also qualify for the program. Drop by our office to pick up an application or download one here.
Urban Homesteading This program encourages long-term, owner-occupied properties in the Farr Park and East Maplewood neighborhoods of Central Greeley by offering low-interest loans to people interested in converting rental properties back to owner-occupied homes. The purpose of the program is address decline caused by decreasing home-ownership rates and preserve older, semi-historic neighborhoods. Learn more here or download and application.
Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2 (NSP2) This State program is being implemented all over Colorado to address foreclosure impacts. In Greeley, funds will be used to acquire, rehabilitate and resell (or rent) approximately 18 foreclosed properties. Funds may also be used to provide mortgage assistance to eligible purchasers.
Keys To Rental Housing As a renter, it's wise to know your rights and responsibilities, as well as the City laws related to housing. The time to ask these questions is not after the security deposit has been paid or the lease signed. Avoid problems down the road by carefully weighing the pros and cons of the rental unit being considered. Be sure the unit and living conditions are right for you!
- Finding the Right Rental Key 1
- Applications & References Key 2
- The Lease Key 3
- Resources & Frequent Questions Key 4
- The Art of Renting Key 5
- Renters with Disabilities Key 6
- Greeley Rental Housing Guide Master Key
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