There are several different organizations which can assist income qualified homeowners with repairs to their homes, particularly the elderly, disabled, and families with children.
Bellevue Home Repair Assistance
Do you own a home in Bellevue City limits? Got a leaky roof but you're short on cash? Dripping faucets getting you down? You may be eligible for Bellevue's Home Rehabilitation Project, which gives a 0% loan toward making approved improvements. You can inquire about how this program works by clicking the link above.
King County Housing Repair Programs
King County has some great programs for homeowners who want to make repairs to their homes and need some extra financial assistance in the form of a deferred loan, matching program and/or grant. These programs are for people outside of Seattle City limits and not all programs are available in all areas. So check it out and see what's available in your area. In addition to assisting homeowners, this program also helps renters with special needs.
Rebuilding Together Eastside
Need help around the house? This program is for you! Rebuilding Together is a non-profit organization that sponsors an annual one day home repair project for low-income homeowners who are elderly, living with disabilities or families with children. All repairs are provided at no cost to the homeowner.
Humanity Seattle King County
Habitat's "A Brush With Kindness" program provides 0% loans towards needed home improvements. Instead of a down payment they ask you volunteer a certain number hours based on the cost of your home repairs. You can volunteer on their build site, in their office, or at their store. If interested click this website link http://www.habitatskc.org or call them at (425) 869-6007.
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