Charlottesville Homeownership Preservation Grant Program
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The Charlottesville Homeownership Preservation Grant Program is designed to offset the effects of increased assessments for Charlottesville homeowners that do not otherwise qualify for senior, disabled, or other tax-relief programs.
In 2009, eligibility was determined by:
- legal ownership of a residential property on Jan 1, 2009,
- resident in the property,
- owe no delinquent property taxes,
- assessment value of the property not more than $365,000
- federal adjusted gross income for 2008 not more than $50,000, and
- no ownership of any other real estate, regardless of jurisdiction.
Eligible owners qualify for a grant of either $375 or $525, to be applied to the second half real estate bill.
- 2009 Charlottesville Housing Authority Grant Application
- Charlottesville Housing Affordability Grant Program, City of Charlottesville