Need Cash to Fix Your Home? Government Home Improvement Grants Can Help

If you are home owner and your property is in need of remodeling or repair, and you just can’t seem to scrape up enough cash to get it going, government funded home improvement grants may be able to help.

Qualified American citizens can receive a generous amount of free government money to repair your home by applying for home improvement grants to help finance the cost of your repairs. Most American taxpaying citizens are eligible to apply, and may be able to receive several home improvement grants to repair and upgrade their property. In many cases, applicants have received enough government financial aid to completely finance their remodeling or repair projects. Occasionally, the property owner even comes out ahead with cash to spare depending upon how many government funded home improvement grants they applied for and received.

Imagine the possibilities for you and your family if you were to be awarded with home improvement grants. You can apply for any amount of money that your projects require  — there’s no limit. As long as you can prove that the funds you are awarded will be used to execute the tasks in which they were intended for, the money is as good as yours. It can be as simple and moderate as five hundred dollars to install a new water heater, to fifteen thousand dollars to add an additional room to your home, or fifty thousand to completely gut and rehab the whole building. Or even more than that. It’s completely up to you how far you’d like to go with the government’s help, and there is a home improvement grant for nearly every imaginable home repair or remodeling possibility.

If ever you should decide to move, you’ll even see a larger profit because you will have raised your property value at little or no cost to yourself. With a little time, diligence, and patience, you can soon be living your completely remodeled, redecorated, and updated new home without having had to spend one single dime.  If you are resourceful enough to locate the government funded home improvement grants that suit your specific needs, that is. Uncle Sam is not going to come knocking at your door to give it to you, and the government does not have an advertising budget for financial aid. That would considered be a counter productive waste of taxpayer’s money.

There are many agencies, state, federal, government, and private organizations that can assist you in finding the right home improvement grants for you. Many can even assist in writing the grant proposals and advise you through the application process. Finding an online grant kit can also help tremendously. It may take some time and determination, but with the right resources you can quickly get the cash you need to remodel your home.

Posted on March 4, 2009 at 11:02 am by admin · Permalink
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  1. Written by lorraine wright
    on March 23, 2009 at 1:39 pm

    In live in Compton, California and I’m in real need of a grant to do electrical repairs and I need the interior & exterior of my home painted. Also the closets in two bedrooms, hallway area, one bathroom need to be redone. I need a hot-water heater and a fence/gate around the yard, I have grandchildren I would we feel more secure if I knew that they were protected while paying if a fence were enclosed. Plumbing work too.

    I have no equity in my home. Do you have to be within a certain income category to quality for a grant?

  2. Written by Alex Marecki
    on March 24, 2009 at 7:49 am

    I’m looking for a grant to help a disable person is there also a grant to help with having a arm? also for new energy efficient appliances? -alex

  3. Written by barbara roberson
    on May 20, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    I’m in need of a grant to purchase and home and start a small business. Can you tell me how to get one?

  4. Written by Harold Turner
    on October 13, 2009 at 8:51 pm

    I’m interest in a home improvement grant.

  5. Written by L Langley
    on March 8, 2010 at 2:50 pm

    I am in need of a new roof, after the past storms in California it is now leaking very badly. It is an old wood shingle roof and the high winds have blown allot of shingles off. It needs to be replaced with new asphalt shingles and to do that it will need sheets of OSB put down to install a new roof on. I am disabled; my wife may be loosing her job (unknown at this time). We just don’t have that kind of money to put out all at one time, I need more energy efficient repairs done but the roof is the most important one at this time
    If any one has any tips, web sites phone numbers originations would be very helpful.
    Thank you
    A fellow struggling American

  6. Written by Dennette W. Welch
    on March 30, 2010 at 1:49 pm

    We were just approved for a 203K loan to add a master bedroom suite and a family room to our house, after deciding to stay in the old neighborhood. The existing house is in need of some renovations to two bedrooms and a bathroom. The 203K loan will not cover the existing home. Please help!!!!

  7. Written by Tami Jo McDonough
    on May 16, 2010 at 8:25 pm

    I hired a contractor to redo my roof and make my deck into a room. I ended up with leaks from roof in every room on the back side of the house. In the center of my kitchen. And in my new room. I had just put in new insulation which I am sure got wet from the leaks. Two of the windows in my new room went bad. Moisture between the windows. I have lost my job of 15yrs and am now working making just enough to pay my bills. I have no way to make these repairs. The contractors has since then gone out of business. Is there any help for me?

  8. Written by phyllis bell
    on June 27, 2010 at 4:31 pm

    i would like grant money to fix up my 60 year old house that is in bad need of repair.what do i need to do?

  9. Written by Hattie Rush
    on July 17, 2010 at 4:51 pm

    I want to improve my home by building a carport. I need more energy efficient windows, my patio window needs repair, painting, flooring,etc. What do I need to do to qualify for a home improvement grant? I am a single parent and I work. Thank you for your time.

  10. Written by Delisle Rudder
    on July 26, 2010 at 4:23 pm

    Im looking for a grant for my grandmothers house. total repairs are greatly needed such as electric,plumbing,wall,ceiling,floors and big pest problem. ever since my granfather was stricken with alzhimers every thing went downhill from there and now he s gone granma really needs help. waters leaking causing warped floors and causing ceilings to colapes. electical wires keep burning them selves out. due to old wireing.kitchens up and down stairs need remodeling. the basement floods when the sewer clogs up. and the driveway and the backyard i sinking in her great grandchildren cant even play back there. can you please help me help my grand mother.

  11. Written by shirley jackson
    on July 29, 2010 at 6:32 pm

    Im need a grant for home repair and to start new business.can you tell me how to get one?

  12. Written by Eunice Botlon
    on August 10, 2010 at 10:49 am

    I am in need of new siding for my house and cannot afford the cost of it right now. Can you tell me where I can get help

  13. Written by Calvie Barnett
    on August 11, 2010 at 10:45 am

    I recently gained custody of five children who lost their mother to cancer. She was only 30 years old. Their ages are 15; 11; 10; 9 years and an 18 month old,

    I live in a small three bedroom home that needs repairs and additional rooms to comfortably accommodate everyone. I am looking for a grant to add on to my home and make much needed repairs.

    I recently applied for disability for health reason so that makes it hard to obtain a loan.

    Can you please assist me in finding a grant

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