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Programs - Homeowners and Residents

Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RRAP)
Neighbourhood Housing Assistance (NHA)
Minimum Home Repair Program (MHRP)
Manitoba Hydro
Home Renovation Tax Assistance (HRTA)


Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RRAP)

RRAP is a forgivable loan designed to help low-income households and landlords make necessary repairs to bring their properties up to acceptable health and safety standards. RRAP within the City of Winnipeg is administered at WHHI. If you are a homeowner or property owner, program and eligibility information, can be obtained by phoning WHHI.

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Neighbourhood Housing Assistance (NHA)

The NHA program is a forgivable loan up to a maximum of $10,000.00 that is to be used for major repairs to an owner/occupied home located within a designated neighbourhood. Currently, low to moderate income homeowners within the following five neighbourhoods can apply for NHA: Lord Selkirk Park, Point Douglas, Spence, West Broadway, and William Whyte. If you own and occupy a home in one of these neighbourhoods and your home requires major repairs, phone WHHI to obtain more program and eligibility information.

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Minimum Home Repair Program (MHRP)

The MHRP is a City of Winnipeg program that provides financial assistance to owner-occupants to undertake minor critical repairs required for continued safe and healthy occupancy of homes. MHRP is available in the following three designated neighbourhoods: Spence, Point Douglas, and William Whyte. If your home has a critical minor repair and is located in one of these neighbourhoods, call WHHI for program eligibility and information.

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Manitoba Hydro

Manitoba Hydro offers residential customers repayable loans to help make their homes more energy efficient. The loans are added to your energy bill and payments are made monthly. If you are interested in adding insulation, sealing air leaks, upgrading windows, etc. call 1-888-624-9376 for more information about the Power Smart Residential Loan.

www.hydro.mb.ca

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Home Renovation Tax Assistance (HRTA)

The HRTA program is available through the City of Winnipeg Property Planning and Development department. This program offers a tax credit of up to $1,500.00. If you own and occupy a home that was built before 1974 and the assessed value is less than $90,000.00, call 986-2376 for program information.

www.winnipeg.ca/ppd

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