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Who is Eligible?

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Box Elder
County
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Country Meadow Estates
4100 West 2300 North
Corinne, UT

 

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Cache County
» Do I Qualify

Maple View
1100 West 2600 South
Nibley, UT

Park Place Estates
200 N 600 W
Smithfield, UT


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Needed Documents

» Loan Application Letter
» Release Form
» Loan Application
» Intake Form
» Spending Planner (Excel)
 

Utah's Self Help Agencies

» Rural Housing Development Corporation
» Mountainlands Community Housing Trust
» Color Country Community Housing
» Grand County Housing Authority
» Uintah Basin Housing Authority
» Six County Association of Governments

State Office
Self Help Documents

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What is Mutual Self-Help?

It is a USDA/Rural Development program administered by NNHCWorkers building a wall that makes housing affordable through "sweat equity." Families work together as a group to build approximately 65% of their homes. This labor not only acts as the down payment, but can substantially reduce the price of the home. There may be additional assistance available for qualified families, such as a mortgage with a reduced interest rate, and other grants, that keeps monthly house payments affordable. Knowledge of construction is not required. However, it is hard work and it does require commitment. Households work together, with each family contributing a minimum of 35 hours of labor per week for approximately 8 to 12 months. The homes are built simultaneously; no one moves in until all the homes are completed.

What are the benefits of the program?

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There is no down payment required, and you can save substantially on the price of the home! In addition, you will learn skills that will be useful in the future. You will gain not only construction and home maintenance skills, but also learn budgeting techniques, financial management skills, and the responsibilities of home ownership. Working together to build each other's homes provides a great opportunity to create a strong sense of "neighborhood." You will forge bonds of support and understanding with your neighbors, and you will share a sense of pride in your community.

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