FMHA is accepting applications for phase ii main street border communities home repair project
The Fairmont-Morgantown Housing Authority is accepting applications to its Phase II Main Street Border Communities Home Repair Project. This program is funded by Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh’s Affordable Housing Program and in partnership with United Bank in Vienna, WV. Neighborhood’s targeted for this home repair program are Maple/Ogden, Jackson Addition, Spring Street and Hamilton Street neighborhood (behind old Miller School), and Fairmont’s Blueprint Community footprint (1st-6th Street, Walnut Street, and Albert Court). Funding is available for nine (9) homes in these neighborhoods. Funding is in a form of a forgivable loan. Loans are forgiven after five years. There is no payment unless you sell your home or transfer ownership of the property. Approved repairs include roofs, flooring, electrical, windows, porch repair, and handicap accessibility.
To be eligible for this program you must provide the following documents:
If you would like to receive an application for the Phase II Main street Border Communities Home Repair Project you can call Amy Hammond at 304-363-0860 ext. 121 or 304-290-8738 or email email@example.com .
Please note the following schedule changes:
Thursday June 20th the office will be closed for West Virginia day. Celebrate the state's 150 year of statehood!
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