The USDA Rural Development provides funding to rural farmers and small businesses for energy efficiency projects (such as bioenergy, geothermal, hydrogen, solar, wind and hydro power) that typically involve installation or upgrade of equipment to significantly reduce energy use.
The USDA Rural Development provides loans and grants for very low income homeowners to repair and rehabilitate their homes. Grants are also available to non-profit agencies, public bodies, and tribes to assist low income homeowners with repairs.
The USDA Rural Development provides mortgages to low income individuals and families to purchase a home in a rural area. Applicants must be unable to obtain a loan from other sources on terms and conditions that they can reasonably meet.
The USDA Rural Development provides loans and grants for projects which support the development and expansion of businesses, community facilities, and utilities in rural areas. Requirements, loan amounts, and eligible businesses vary by loan/grant.
Federally subsidized home buying program. Services include: Home visits by staff and assistance to homeowners with applications Low interest loans and grants to low-income home owners and seniors over 62 for certain home repairs and improvements that improve health and safety. Examples include: weatherization measures, modernization, accessibility ...