Resources for Homeowners & Renters –

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The City of Charlotte supports those working to become homeowners and homeowners needing special assistance by providing services directly and partnering with area nonprofit organizations.
Does your family need assistance with housing? Call 2-1-1 or visit the 2-1-1 website.

Looking to purchase a home? Check out our homeownership page for information about available resources and financial assistance for eligible homebuyers.
The City of Charlotte offers many resources for homeowners and renters to help keep housing safe.
The Safe Home Housing Rehabilitation Program provides deferred loans to low-income homeowners to address needed home repairs. The program seeks to correct code and incipient violations (items in a house that will need to be repaired or replaced in two to three years) and make general property improvements.  The program serves single-family owner-occupied dwellings.
Cover letter for Safe Home & LeadSafe Charlotte(PDF, 233KB)
Information and Assistance Policy(PDF, 253KB)
If your home was built before 1978, you should have your home tested. All children should be tested for lead poisoning at the discretion of their physician. Contact the LeadSafe Charlotte Hotline at 704-336-2114 to see if you qualify for free testing and free blood testing for children enrolled in our program. Applicants eligible for assistance under the LeadSafe Charlotte must:
When funding is available, LeadSafe Charlotte provides grants to assist low-income homeowners with addressing unsafe lead paint conditions that pose a potential health hazard to young children. The program is designed to assist owners of single and multi-family dwellings and investor owners of properties with two or more bedrooms. Some of the services we offer for those who qualify:
The Safe Home Emergency Repair Program is designed to address immediate threats to the health and safety of residents of single-family housing which resulted from a system failure. Funding is provided in the form of a grant to the homeowner, and no liens or deed restrictions are placed on the property.
Requirements for designation as an emergency repair
Emergency repair eligibility requirements
How do I apply?
Contact Alexis McDaniels at or 704-336-7844 to get prequalified.

The City of Charlotte provides funding to support the development of new and renovated affordable housing units. Below is a listing of some of our Housing Trust Fund funded developments. For more information, please contact the leasing agent listed below.
All of the properties below have units available for rent. This page is updated regularly.
Evoke Living at Westerly Hills
5004 Evoke Living Lane 
Charlotte NC 28206
(980) 710-4085
Nusbaum Property Mgmt
Rent Range: 
Sundale Flats
2019 Aberdale Farm Ln 
Charlotte, NC 28213
(833) 274-8734
NRP Group
Rent Range: $425-$1350
Avion Point
2335 W Tyvola Road 
Charlotte, NC 28217
(704) 274-2700
Gateway Management Co
Rent Range: 
$625 – $1,600
Avion Point Seniors
2340 Apex Landing Way 
Charlotte, NC 28217
(980) 218-0600
Gateway Management Co
Rent Range: 
$789 – $948
Evoke Living at Arrowood
325 West Arrowood Road
(980) 319-8528
S. L. Nusbaum Realty Co
The Volaire Apartments
3902 West Tyvola
Charlotte, NC 28208

 The Oliver
3020 Gloryland Ave
Charlotte, NC 28213
(704) 561-6011
Bell Partners
Rent Range: 
$1193 – $1741
Gilfield Park Seniors Apartments
5915 Beatties Ford Rd
Charlotte, NC 28216