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Maryland Indoor Plumbing Program
MD Dept. of Housing & Community Development (DHCD)
http://www.dhcd.state.md.us/Website/programs/cdammp/lp.html

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Single Family Housing
Department of Housing & Community Development 100 Community Place
Crownsville Maryland 21032
410-514-7530






Program Overview


Maryland Indoor Plumbing Program is a program to provide indoor plumbing in residential properties. All jurisdictions in Maryland; generally, all loan requests will be processed directly by local governments


Property Eligibility Requirements


To contact the local government for application, go to: http://www.mdhousing.org/Website/programs/ipp/ipp_contact_list.aspx



Allowable property types: Loans may be made for single-family, owner-occupied houses and rental properties with one to 100 units, which do not have indoor plumbing. Properties must be structurally sound.


Benefit Details


Loans have interest rates based on the incomes of the residents and owner-occupant, or project income available to repay the loan. Generally, the maximum loan amount is 95 percent of the value of the property. Loans in excess of $5,000 or with deferred payments are secured by a mortgage. Loans may provide for deferred payment of principal and interest for households with incomes below 30 percent of the statewide or Washington, D.C. MSA median income if necessary for project feasibility. Deferred amounts or portions of deferred amounts may be forgiven on an annual basis if the loans serve families with incomes below 30 percent of the statewide or Washington, D.C. MSA median income. The maximum loan term is 30 years.

Benefit: The following improvements that help provide indoor plumbing may be financed: wells; septic tanks and drain fields; piping from the septic sytem into the resdential building; connection fees and assessments; plumbing fixtures and equipment, including handicapped fixtures; additions, modifications and alterations required to provide private space for toilet and bath facilities; sand mound systems.; purification systems; cost of percolation tests alternative and innovative septic and water systems.
Loan Term:30 years
Homebuyer Counseling /
Education Required:
No
Owner Occupancy Required:No

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