The Ontario senior homeowners’ property tax grant (OSHPTG) is intended to help offset property taxes for seniors who own their own home and who have low to moderate incomes. This program is funded entirely by the Province of Ontario. The Canada Revenue Agency administers this program for Ontario.
The Home Adaptations for Seniors’ Independence (HASI) program offers financial assistance for minor home adaptations that will help low-income seniors to perform daily activities in their home independently and safely.
CMHC delivers renovation programs in Prince Edward Island, where the province cost-shares on a 75% federal / 25% provincial basis and in Yukon Territory.
Alberta Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program allows eligible senior homeowners to defer all or part of their property taxes through a low-interest home equity loan with the Alberta government. If you qualify, the Alberta government will pay your residential property taxes directly to the City of Calgary on your behalf. You re-pay the loan, with interest, when you sell the home, or sooner if you wish.
You can apply for the Government of Alberta Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program at any time of year; however, for the Province to pay your property tax on your behalf by the due date of June 30 and avoid penalty, the Government of Alberta Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program must receive your application by May 31.
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Home Adaptations For Seniors' Independence
The Home Adaptations for Seniors' Independence program provides funding to homeowners and landlords so that they can make home renovations that will benefit seniors.
Delivered by: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)
Garden Suites In Canada
A garden suite — sometimes called a granny flat — is a self-contained dwelling without a basement. It is installed in the rear or side yard of a lot with an existing, permanent, single-family house.
Usually, garden suites have a kitchen, living area, one or two bedrooms, bathroom and storage space (see Figure 1). Your municipality may have planning or zoning regulations governing garden suites. These regulations can set restrictions, such as distance from the permanent house, parking requirements, how long a garden suite can stay on a lot and the appearance of the garden suite.
Ontario senior homeowners' property tax grant (OSHPTG)
Ontario senior homeowners' property tax grant (OSHPTG) is intended to help offset property taxes for seniors who own their own home and who have low to moderate incomes. This program is funded entirely by the Province of Ontario. The Canada Revenue Agency administers this program for Ontario.
Garden Suites in Canada
Garden Suites in Canada means a single-storey Accessory Dwelling, which is located in a building separate from the principal Use which is Single Detached Housing. Garden Suites in Canada have cooking facilities, food preparation, sleeping and sanitary facilities which are separate from those of the principal dwelling located on the Site. Canadian professional real estate investors use Garden Suites in Canada to create more affordable housing for seniors as well as disable Canadians.