Friday, May 21, 2010

Covington pushes rehab property program

Looking into getting a wonderful historic home in an up and coming neighborhood cheap?

Covington pushes rehab property program
COVINGTON - Covington has started using its $5 million federal grant to rehab foreclosed properties and wants more people to take advantage of the program.With some of the $5 million Neighborhood Stabilization Program grant, the city in January began offering down payment assistance for people to buy foreclosed property in the city's urban core. The city last week decided to offer down payment assistance citywide to encourage more people to use the program this summer before the September deadline for the city to use all the grant money. (more at the link below)

Covington pushes rehab property program

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This is very exciting. It's going to rapidly and dramatically transform West Side, near Seminary Square. Don't forget, if the property is in the Arts District, it could qualify for an additional $6,ooo grant.

If you are interested, but need guidance or advice, feel free to contact us. Also, the home linked below and to the right is still available. 1800sq', yard, offstreet parking. just a few blocks from I-75 and Main Strasse and just a few feet from Seminary Square.

Great House for sale, CHEAP!

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