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Home Owner Applications
Who is eligible for Rebuilding Together services?
Low-income homeowners, particularly elderly, physically challenged and families with children who are not able to do or afford the work themselves are eligible for rebuilding services, as are the non-profit facilities that serve them. If you are, or know someone who may be eligible, please let us know so that we may help. You can use the contact form on this site.
Types of Questions You May Be Asked Upon Initial Contact to Rebuilding Together Howard County
When you are ready to contact Rebuilding Together Howard County and apply for assistance for you or for someone else, please be prepared with answers to the following questions that may be asked during the initial interview process. Thank you.
- Do you own your own home?
- Is your name on the deed?
- Is there anyone else’s name on the deed?
- Are you employed?
- If yes, what is your monthly income?
- Is there anyone else who lives in the house that works?
- Are you planning to live in your home for at least two years?
- What is your total monthly income?
- Is your mortgage current?
- If you still have a mortgage on the home, what is your monthly payment?
- Is your house in foreclosure?
- Are you willing to present to RTHC in writing all of the financial income of everyone who lives the house?
- What type of work do you want to have done by RTHC in your home?
How to Apply
There are a few options for you to apply for assistance or to get further information on the application process. General question or specific inquiries can also be made using the contact form on this site. We’re glad you are taking this important step to finding help.
Application Options, choose one:
- Call 410-381-3338 with any questions