LA Times cites Bet Tzedek’s work to protect low-income, elderly homeowners from PACE home-improvement scams

Posted on June 12, 2017

On June 4, 2017, Andrew Khouri of the Los Angeles Times explored how the PACE home loan program — designed to encourage homeowners to make energy-efficient renovations at low-cost — has been manipulated by some contractors to target low-income, elderly homeowners for home repairs and renovations they cannot afford, often with disastrous consequences. Bet Tzedek is pushing for legislation that would require greater oversight of this program, and is working to provide protection for seniors and low-income Californians. Read the full article here

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