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Home Repair & Renovation Services - Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP)

Do you need your home improved?
NO PAYMENTS REQUIRED (if qualified)
3 percent simple interest rate loans
Call CHIP at 425-257-8735

The City of Everett offers home repair and renovation services through its Community Housing Improvement Program.  CHIP is a HUD funded community service to rehabilitate housing for low and moderate income families in the city limits of Everett and urban growth areas. CHIP has funds available for owner-occupied and non-owner occupied housing rehabilitation. Loans are based on available home equity.

Once a client qualifies, a CHIP Inspector will inspect the home, assist with recommendations of the most important work to be completed, write detailed bid specifications, obtain bids from CHIP approved contractors, and monitor the construction work.  There is no charge to the client for these services. Minority and disabled individuals are encouraged to apply.

Income eligibility guidelines
You (and adult household occupants) must earn under the gross income* listed below to be eligible for the CHIP program.  (*Gross income is prior to taxes.)

2014 Maximum Yearly Gross Income Per Household (everyone over 18 years of age)

 

1 Person Household

$44,750

2 Person Household

$51,150

3 Person Household

$57,550

4 Person Household

$63,900

5 Person Household

$69,050

6 Person Household

$74,150

 

 
Contact Info:
Community Housing Improvement Program
2930 Wetmore Ave. Ste. 8-B
Everett, WA 98201
T: 425-257-8735
F: 425-257-8628
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