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Lake Worth’s work/live downtown lofts will give artists financial boost

the term “starving artist” may be a cliche, but it’s also very real. for many, paying rent or a mortgage and shelling out money for a studio space is often a recipe for financial disaster.

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Lake Worth Arts Plan

Learn more about how the CRA is working to make Lake Worth the arts center of Palm Beach County. 

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First Time Home Buyer Assistance

The IDA program is a matched savings account program to assist low-to-moderate income individuals to save $2,000 over a 36-month period. The individual’s $2,000 is matched with $4,000 (2:1 match) to be used towards the down-payment and closing costs of a first time home purchase.

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Owner Occupied Residential Roof, Fence & Front Facade Loan Program

The Lake Worth Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) is now offering homeowners living within the Lake Worth CRA district an opportunity to apply for zero interest loans which must be applied towards new, significant exterior improvements to the street front portion of their property.

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Tropical Ridge & Royal Poinciana Neighborhood Association Landscape Challenge

The Lake Worth Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) will be awarding new landscaping installation services to up to 6 single family, owner occupied homes located in the Tropical Ridge & Royal Poinciana Neighborhoods! The CRA will provide these eligible homeowners the opportunity to receive new front yard landscaping (value of improvements not to exceed $2,500).

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