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2 Housing Program Single Family Home Ownership Loans To provide safe, wellbuilt, affordable homes for rural Americans. apply to Rural Buy, build, improve, repair or rehabilitate rural homes as the applicant s permanent residence. Up to 100% of market value or cost, whichever is less. Loan amortized for 33 years. Applicant may be eligible for payment assistance (subsidy) on the loan. Single Family Home Repair Loans and s Mutual Self-Help Housing Loans/s To help very-low income applicants remove health and safety hazards, make essential repairs or make accessible for residents with disabilities. Individuals build homes as a group with construction guidance of a non-profit organization. that currently own their home apply to Rural apply to participating nonprofit agency. funding available to nonprofits for administration. Loan and grant purposes include: winterizing, purchase or repair of heating system, structural repair, water/sewage connect fees, and similar uses. Loan applications are processed on an individual basis for each participating family. Loan is provided for site, material and skilled labor. and grant Terms to 20 years at 1%. Assistance to individual may not exceed $20,000. s available to applicants 62 years or older with limited income. Maximum grant is $7,500 The individual families receive a direct loan. The non-profit housing organization receives grant to hire a supervisor and pay other administrative expenses Single Family Home Ownership Guaranteed Loans Assist eligible applicants in buying homes by guaranteeing loans from private lenders. apply to a private lender. Loans may be made to purchase new or existing homes. Loan guarantee 30 year, fixed rate interest negotiated between lender and borrower Loans to 100 percent of market. Rental Housing for Families and Elderly Direct Loans and Loan Guarantees Safe, well-built and affordable rental housing for rural Americans. Individuals, profit and non-profit organizations. For guarantees, apply to intermediary; for direct apply to RD. New construction or substantial rehabilitation of rental housing. or loan guarantee Up to 100% of market value (nonprofits); 97% (for profit) 30 year term with up to 50 years amortization. Housing Preservation s Farm Labor Housing Repair and rehabilitate housing owned or occupied by low-income rural people. Safe, well-built affordable housing for farm workers. Public bodies and nonprofit corporations apply to Rural Individuals, profit and non-profit organizations apply to Rural Operate a program that finances the repair and rehabilitation activities for single family and small rental properties. New construction or substantial rehabilitation of farm labor housing. No limit. and grant agreement conditions Up to 100% of market value Up to 33 years at 1% interest
3 Business & Cooperative Development Program Business and Industry Loan Guarantees Create jobs and stimulate rural economies by providing financial backing for rural businesses. Business applies through federal or statechartered banks, credit unions or savings & loan associations. Most legal business purposes except production agriculture. Uses include acquisition, start-up and expansion of businesses that create rural employment. All areas except cities of more than 50,000 and their immediately adjacent urban or urbanizing areas. Loan guarantee Lender and borrower negotiate terms. Interest rate tied to published rate that may change no more often than quarterly Rural Business Opportunity s Rural Business Enterprise s Promote sustainable economic development. Finance and facilitate the development of small and emerging private businesses. Public bodies, and non-profit corporations, apply to Rural Public bodies; nonprofit corporations apply to Rural Pay costs of providing economic planning for rural communities, technical assistance for rural businesses, or training for rural entrepreneurs or economic development officials. Buy and develop land, construct buildings, plants, equipment, access streets and roads, parking areas, utility and service extensions and rural distance learning networks. Recipients can make loans to third parties. Rural communities with exceptional needs. All areas except cities of more than 50,000 and their immediately adjacent urban or urbanizing areas. Maximum amount of $50,000 When grant funds are used for revolving loan fund (RLF) the intermediary makes loans to businesses with terms consistent with security offered. Intermediary Re-lending Program Loans Rural Economic Development Loans and s Finance business facilities and community development projects in rural areas Finance economic development and job creation in rural areas. Public bodies, nonprofit corporations, tribes and cooperatives apply to Rural RUS financed electric and telephone cooperatives apply to Rural Community development projects, establishment or expansion of businesses, creation or saving of rural jobs. Business startup or expansion projects that create rural jobs. places with populations of less than 25,000. Rural areas with populations of 50,000 or less Direct loan Direct loan The intermediary makes loans to businesses from its revolving loan fund on terms consistent with security offered. Intermediary pays 1% for 30 years. The intermediary, electric or telephone cooperatives make loans or grants to profit or non-profit business and public bodies for rural economic development and/or job creation projects. Loans are 0% for 10 years. Renewable Energy & Efficiency s Value-Added Producer s Matching grant program for renewable energy systems or energy efficiency improvements Matching grant program for value-added ventures. Small businesses, farmers and ranchers Agricultural producers and producer organizations. Pay up to 25% of project costs including wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, or other renewable energy sources. Also can be used to make energy efficiency improvements. Used to conduct feasibility analyses, develop business and marketing plans and conduct other types of studies to help establish a viable value-added business venture. Can also be used to establish working capital accounts All areas except cities of more than 50,000 and their immediately adjacent urban or urbanizing areas. Direct Loans and s - Apply to Rural Development Loan Guarantees - Apply to Intermediary (approved banks, credit unions, etc) Availability of grant funds is announced annually in the Federal Register. Contact the state office for more information. Not applicable Feasibility studies, business plans, and possibly other studies will be required before grant funds can be used as working capital.
4 Community Programs (Utilities & Community Facilities) Water and Waste Disposal Loans and s Providing infrastructure for rural areas. Public entities, tribes and non-profit corporations apply to RD. Construct, repair, modify, expand or improve water supply and distribution systems, waste collection and treatment systems and other related costs. places with up to 10,000 and grant. Guarantees available Interest rates are set quarterly based on an index of current market yields for municipal obligations. Repayment maximum 40 years. funds may be available. Water and Waste, Predevelopment Planning s Pay costs associated with developing a water or sewer application for funding. Public entities, tribes and non-profit corporations apply to RD. The applicant must demonstrate that they do not have the funds available to pay for the preliminary costs. Pay for items needed for an application such as a Preliminary Engineering Report, Environmental Report, etc. No payment for costs incurred before grant award. places with up to 10,000 MHI below 80% of the State Non Metro MHI. cannot exceed 75% of the planning costs or $15,000 whichever is less. Solid Waste Management s Provide technical assistance and/or training to help communities reduce the solid waste stream. Non-profit organizations and public bodies contact RD State Office. Provide technical assistance and training to reduce pollution of water resources and improve management of solid waste facilities, reduction of solid waste streams. places with up to 10,000 Projects funded based on selection at National Level. Community Facilities Program v/rhs/cf Provide essential community facilities for rural communities. Public bodies and non-profit groups. Guaranteed apply to intermediary, direct and grant apply to Rural Build facilities, buy equipment or operating costs. Fire and rescue, telecommunications for schools, libraries, hospitals. Not for recreation activities, loan guarantee and grant Up to 100% of market value with up to 40 years amortization or life of security.
5 Telecommunications Program Electric and Telecommunication. Provide financial aid through direct and guaranteed loans. Non-profit and cooperative associations, public bodies and other utilities. Generation, bulk transmission facilities and distribution of electric power. Enhance 911 emergency service, digital switching equipment, fiber optic cable. Rural areas or loan guarantee. Interest rates are established in accordance with 7CFR Distance Learning and Telemedicine Broadband Development and deployment of advanced telecommunication services throughout rural America. Facilitate deployment of new and innovative technologies to provide two-way data transmission of 200 kbps or more Lower Peninsula Telecommunications Contact: Ron Mellon General Field Representative Telecommunications Program PO Box 130 Shepherd, MI (989) Office (419) Cell Phone (Blackberry) An incorporated entity, including a municipal corporation which operates, or will operate an educational institution, including a regional educational laboratory, library, hospital, medical center, medical clinic or any rural community facility. Rural schools, libraries, health care clinics and other organizations that operate educational or health care facilities. Application submitted to the RD National Office, Washington, DC. Legally organized entities providing or proposing to provide broadband service in eligible rural communities. Other criteria apply. Upper Peninsula Telecommunications Contact: Wayne J. Jorewicz Public Utility Specialist Rural Development Utilities Program Phone /fax Cell Equipment for classrooms: cameras, video monitors computers and LAN; and for physician consultation, radiology, x-ray scanners and digital microscopes. Construction, improvement and acquisition of facilities and equipment to provide broadband service Rural areas Electrical Infrastructure Contact: USDA Rural Development Electric Staff Division STOP 1569, 1400 Independence Ave. SW, Washington, DC Rural communities with populations up to 20,000 and/or grant., direct loan or loan guarantee Matching funds are required. Minimum direct or guaranteed loan is $100,000. Rural Development is an Equal Opportunity Lender, Provider and Employer. Complaints of discrimination should be sent to: USDA Director, Office of Civil Rights Washington, D.C
6 Michigan Offices Michigan State Office 3001 Coolidge Road, Suite 200 East Lansing, MI Toll Free (800) TDD/TTY (517) Caro Area Office 1075 Cleaver Rd. P.O. Box 291 Caro, MI (989) , Ext. 6 West Branch 240 W. Wright St. West Branch, MI (989) , Ext. 4 Arenac, Bay Clare, Gladwin, Gratiot, Huron, Iosco, Isabella, Lapeer, Midland, Ogemaw, Roscommon, Saginaw, Sanilac, St. Clair and Tuscola counties Gladstone Area Office 2003 Minneapolis Gladstone, MI (906) , Ext. 6 Sault Ste. Marie 2847 Ashmun Sault Ste. Marie, MI (906) , Ext. 4 Alger, Baraga, Cheboygan, Chippewa, Delta, Dickinson, Emmet, Gogebic, Houghton, Iron, Keweenaw, Luce, Mackinaw, Marquette, Menominee, Ontonagon, Presque Isle, Schoolcraft counties Grand Rapids Area Office 3260 Eagle Park Dr. Suite 107 Grand Rapids, MI (616) , Ext. 6 Paw Paw 1035 E. Michigan Ave. Suite A Paw Paw, MI (269) , Ext. 4 Allegan, Barry, Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Cass, Ionia, Kalamazoo, Kent, Mecosta, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, Ottawa, St. Joseph, Van Buren counties Mason Area Office 525 N. Okemos St. Suite B Mason, MI (517) , Ext. 6 Toll Free (888) Flint 1525 North Elms Rd. Flint, MI (810) , Ext. 4 Clinton, Eaton, Genesee, Hillsdale, Ingham, Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Shiawassee, Wayne, Washtenaw counties Traverse City Area Office 1501 Cass Street Traverse City, MI (231) , Ext. 6 Alcona, Alpena, Antrim, Benzie, Charlevoix, Crawford, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, Lake, Leelanau, Manistee, Mason, Missaukee, Montmorency, Osceola, Oscoda, Otsego, Wexford counties
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