Mountain Projects announces self-help housing program
Mountain Projects Inc. announced that it is seeking applicants who are currently renting or living in housing that is inadequate for their needs. A place to call home is what most people wish for and work towards, but for many it is simply a dream.
Families that have tried unsuccessfully to obtain a conventional home loan without success may possibly qualify to build an affordable home through the Mutual Self-Help Housing Program administered by Mountain Projects Inc., and funded by USDA Rural Development.
Those who may qualify, if their income falls under the following income guidelines per household, are: one person — $19,200 to $30,700; two-person —$21,950-$35,100; three-person — $24,700 to $39,450; four-person —$27,400 to $43,850; and five-person — $29,500 to $47,350.
With this ...