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After a Disaster - Repairing Your Home

This page from the FTC has tips on how to obtain reputable repairs after a disaster.www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/alerts/alt030.shtmReviewed August 2009 more...

Asbestos in your Home

This page from the Environmental Protection Agency has information on how to handle asbestos issues in your home.http://www.epa.gov/asbestos/pubs/ashome.htmlReviewed August 2010 more...

Cancellation of Private Mortgage Insurance

This page from the Federal Trade Commission has information on cancelling your private mortgage insurance, a move that may save you several hundred dollars a year.www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/alerts/alt072.shtmReviewed August 2009 more...

Home Repairs

Your home is often the biggest investment you will make. It is important to keep your home safe and in good repair. Often, small problems can lead to bigger ones if you do not fix the problems early. It may save you money and time to fix small repairs as they come up.If you cannot afford to make the repairs, you can check in your area to see if any agencies offer free or low-cost home repairs. You could contact: more...

HouseWorks

The HouseWorks Program helps Kentucky homeowners living in rural communities pay for common household projects, such as plumbing problems and roof repairs. HouseWorks is the result of a partnership between Kentucky Housing and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development. Funding for the HouseWorks Program comes from both KHC and USDA.Nearly any critical improvement that makes your home more livable is eligible. more...

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