Housing Rehabilitation & Development

CROWN HOMES

The first affordable housing subdivision in Tremonton, Utah was developed by BRAG with help from Utah Housing Corporation and Tremonton City in 1999. The subdivision consists of twelve homes referred to as CROWN Homes (CRedit to OWN).

CROWN Homes enable qualified people to lease a home at a very affordable rent while earning financial credit towards the possible purchase of that same home. BRAG continues to manage the three and four bedroom rental homes that can eventually be purchased by the residents.

CROWN VILLAGE APARTMENTS

Crown Village Apartments is a twenty four unit affordable apartment complex located in the Tremonton Crown Subdivision. The project consists of four 1-bedroom, twelve 2-bedroom, and eight 3-bedroom units. All units will serve households of moderate incomes.

For leasing information on the CROWN Homes and rental information on Crown Village Apartments, please contact the property manager – Sellers Management at 435.257.0346.

EMERGENCY HOME REPAIR PROGRAM

This program will provide a grant up to $2,000 per household for minor home repairs that if neglected pose a potential health and safety threat. Typical repair projects include: roof repairs, bathroom repairs, correction of faulty electrical systems, individual septic system repairs, and individual culinary water hook up repairs. Repairs are made to correct hazardous situations and to keep those families in safe living conditions.  Funding for this program is provided by a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG).

FIRST TIME HOME BUYER PROGRAM

The BRAG First Time Home Buyer Program can help make your dreams of owning your first home a reality! This program provides valuable education for the first time home buyer and funding for closing costs or down payment assistance for your first home.

Brochures are available for download by clicking here. You can also click here for a schedule for upcoming workshops taugh at Utah State Univeristy that are mandatory for anyone planning to utilize this program for the purchase of their first home.

Please contact the Housing Development Department at BRAG for more information about the program and to register for an upcoming workshop by calling 435.752.7242.

HOUSING REHAB ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (Logan City)

The Housing Rehab Assistance Program is a “One Home” housing program participant.
For more information about the “One Home” initiative, go to:
www.loganutah.org/onehome/application

SINGLE FAMILY REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION PROGRAM

The Single Family Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Program provides much needed funding to address inadequate housing. Low to moderate income families may borrow any amount of money at low interest rates to make much needed and eligible repairs. By investing now in the rehabilitation of existing dwelling units, a home’s life-span can be extended a minimum of 20 years. Funds for the program are provided by the Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund.