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===== Home Repair Grants, Loans  and  Programs ===== ===== Home Repair Grants, Loans  and  Programs =====
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 +**May Update 2019**
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 +If you don’t have any luck pursuing the options described in this article you may need to consider getting a loan. Or you could also put together a good, short video that tells your story and lets people contribute money for you to get your repairs accomplished. If you don’t know how to do such a think you can probably find inexpensive assistance from a young person who is a relative or neighbor that would be happy to help you. The Go FundMe platform is the top platform for personal [[crowdfunding|crowdfunding ]]online. Take a look at it to get a better idea about how to create a successful campaign.
The government’s own web site usa.gov offers some useful advice about finding help for home repairs.  They cover the government loans that are available and which you can read more about in Government Loans. They also explain the HUD Title 1 Property Improvement Loan option as well as the 203(k) Rehabilitation Mortgage Insurance Program. These can be useful resources if you are an eligible homeowner. If you are a veteran be sure to check out Grants for Veterans, and seniors should also check out Grants for Seniors. Be sure to check these out before you consider loans that are advertised for home repairs. These might be great but their rates may also be higher than the government sponsored options. The government’s own web site usa.gov offers some useful advice about finding help for home repairs.  They cover the government loans that are available and which you can read more about in Government Loans. They also explain the HUD Title 1 Property Improvement Loan option as well as the 203(k) Rehabilitation Mortgage Insurance Program. These can be useful resources if you are an eligible homeowner. If you are a veteran be sure to check out Grants for Veterans, and seniors should also check out Grants for Seniors. Be sure to check these out before you consider loans that are advertised for home repairs. These might be great but their rates may also be higher than the government sponsored options.
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