4900.0770 DISTRIBUTION OF ACCESSIBILITY DEFERRED LOANS.
Accessibility funds shall be provided in the form of deferred loans. A household will be eligible for a loan representing the total of approved expenses, or the maximum assistance available, whichever is less.
Combined with other aid.
When an accessibility deferred loan is combined with assistance from other agency loan or grant programs, the requirements of those programs shall be met.
Limit on aid.
In no case shall the accessibility deferred loan for accessibility improvements, technical assistance, and related repairs inclusively exceed the lesser of the amount allowed under statute, the actual cost of work performed, or that portion of the cost of rehabilitation that the agency determines cannot otherwise be paid by the person or family without spending an unreasonable portion of the income of the person or family thereon.
No property shall be eligible for an accessibility deferred loan if it has been improved through such assistance within the ten-year period next preceding the date on which the application for such assistance is made, except in extraordinary circumstances relating to damage to the property as a result of events beyond the control of the recipient, or a significant change in the disabled person's physical condition which requires additional accessibility improvements to enable the person with a disability to function in the property.