Frisco launches home improvement loan program aimed at keeping full-time residents in the community

The program acknowledges that the cost of repairs can be a barrier to staying in the community, the town said in a news release

The town hall is pictured in Frisco on Thursday, April 2, 2020.
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The town of Frisco is launching a home improvement loan program to enable full-time residents to make the repairs and improvements to their homes that will allow them to stay in the community, according to a news release.

In April, the Frisco Town Council approved a resolution establishing a home improvement loan program that sought to acknowledge that the cost of repairs can be a barrier to staying in the community, the release states.

Applicants to the program must own their Frisco home, be full-time residents and make a qualifying repair or improvement to qualify for up to a $50,000 loan, according to the release. 

More information is available at Loans will be offered on a rolling basis as long as funds are available.

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