Home Repairs Program | Treasure Valley Habitat for Humanity

Home Repairs Program

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To apply to our program, please fill out the preliminary questionnaire at the button below.

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Home Repairs  Program

By providing affordable home repairs, our Home Repairs Program preserves homeownership for low-income residents while alleviating critical accessibility, health, and safety concerns. All home repairs are performed by licensed contractors and overseen by our skilled construction staff. Qualified homeowners can find help with a variety of interior and exterior repairs not limited to accessibility ramps, grab bars, and more.

Habitat’s Home Repairs Program launched in partnership with LINC Idaho and will continue to bring together partners for collaborative community impact projects.

To qualify for home repair, both the property and applicant must meet the following criteria:

Need

  • The access areas of the home are in disrepair or unsafe, and Habitat’s scope of work will significantly benefit the homeowner.
  • The homeowner is unable to physically and/or financially complete the work themselves.

Ability to Pay

  • The gross household income (household members 18 years and over will be considered) must fall below 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI) based on the current year of HUD Income Guidelines.
  • The homeowner may be responsible for a percentage of repairs costs depending on household income. If applicable, a payment plan will begin the month following the completion of the project and will be paid through equal monthly installments up to two (2) years with 0% interest.
  • The project must be economically feasible under the Program and adhere to the scope of repairs BVHFH offers.
  • Payment will be waived for households below 40% of the AMI.

Residency

  • The home must be located within Ada County.
  • The homeowner must be current on property taxes, mortgage payments (if applicable), and homeowners insurance premiums.
  • The home must be owner-occupied, a single-family house, and the primary residence of the owner.

Willingness to Partner

  • Applicants must be willing to partner with Habitat (this includes potentially contributing Partner Hours towards the repair project).

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FAQs

HUD Income Limits FY23 for Ada County

Applicants’ gross annual income must fall within the income guidelines according to household size as specified by the HUD income limits below:

 

To apply to our program, please fill out the preliminary questionnaire at the button below.

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The New Treasure Valley Habitat for Humanity logo

Welcome to Treasure Valley Habitat for Humanity! Formerly known as Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity, we are excited to announce our name change as we expand our services to now serve Ada and Canyon Counties. Rest assured, we continue to provide the same life-changing housing and repairs programs and support to our community.