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Contractors that are registered in the Housing Office and/or contractors that you prefer, that are licensed and insured by the State of Michigan.
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Very low interest financing for repairs or emergency repairs to single-family residential dwellings.
Interest rates are determined by household size and income. Deferred loans are 0% with no monthly payments, and 0 to 3% interest with payments, maximum mortgage of 25 years. Payments are determined by the amount of repairs to a dwelling.
A leaking roof, deteriorated- siding, flooring, leaking pipes, single pane windows, electrical problems, and health/safety hazards. Also lead based paint reduction to homes constructed prior to 1978.
If a water well, septic system, or furnace (furnace in cold conditions) should stop working and need to be replaced.
Contact the Housing Office at 989-731-7570. Questions will be asked to see if you qualify.
The Housing Inspector will inspect your entire dwelling that pertains to Section 8 Housing Quality Standards (minimal code requirements) and local codes. Specifications are written for bid and reviewed by the Committee and applicant.
Yes, our office has a "Housing Resource Brochure" that directs you to local organizations and businesses that offer: Subsidized Rentals, real estate offices, banks and lenders, financial assistance, dispute resources and educational information.