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Homestead Exemption is a credit on property tax bills available to homeowners aged 65 (+) residing in their home with qualifying income or any individual totally and permanently disabled with qualifying income. For more information or to apply, contact the Cuyahoga County Fiscal Office at: 216-443-7050 or visit the Fiscal Officer’s website: http://fiscalofficer.cuyahogacounty.us
Cuyahoga County Department Of Senior & Adult Services
The Cuyahoga County Department of Senior and Adult Services has many programs available to seniors residing in Cuyahoga County.
- Community Office on Aging: Plans, advocates, develops and coordinates programs and services for seniors and at-risk adults in Cuyahoga County.
- Adult Protective Services
- Home Support Services: Which includes skilled home care services and PASSPORT provider services.
- Medicaid Benefits Division
- Office of Homeless Services
- Grandparent and Other Kinship Caregiver Initiative
To receive additional information, please visit their website at: dsas.cuyahogacounty.us
Deferred Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program for Senior Citizens
A reverse mortgage is a type of home loan that allows older persons to convert the equity in their homes into income. To qualify for reverse mortgages you must be 62 years of age and own your home.
Reverse mortgages are exactly that, instead of you making a payment to a lender each month the lender pays you. You remain in your own home as long as you live. These loans are tax-free and have no affect on your Social Security benefits. The Federal Housing Authority insures some types of reverse mortgages.
There are many types of reverse mortgages and you choose how you receive the funds. The proceeds from reverse mortgages can be used in any manner you chose. Many seniors use reverse mortgages for home repair or to pay their real estate taxes. Some even use a reverse mortgage to pay off first or second mortgages or to prevent foreclosure.
A reverse mortgage may not be right for everyone. Before making the decision to obtain a reverse mortgage you may want to consult your family and qualified legal or financial advisors. Being aware of your rights and responsibilities will help you minimize financial risk. More information about reverse mortgages is available at the following web sites:
This program enables low and moderate income senior homeowners in participating communities to make repairs and basic home improvements. For additional information please contact the Cuyahoga County Department of Development at 216-348-4066 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
. You can visit the Department of Development website at www.development.cuyahogacounty.us
Application for Third Party Notification Program for Senior Citizens and Dependent Adults
Seniors/Dependent adult homeowners may designate another person or organization to be contacted in the event their taxes become delinquent. The designated third party will then be in the position to contact the homeowner and discuss the severity of becoming delinquent in payment of their real estate taxes and in danger of tax foreclosure or the sale of a delinquent tax certificate.
To sign up for this service, click here
to complete the application and return it to:
Cuyahoga County Treasury
2079 East Ninth Street
Cleveland OH 44115