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(360) 473-5375
Hours: Monday- Friday 8-4
Assists low-income families in finding and applying for home ownership. May assist with a down payment and/or rehabilitation grant towards a home. Participant must go through application process and qualify.


811 Veneta Ave, Bremerton; First Christian Church
(360) 479-3853
Hours: M-F 9-5
Website: www.kitsaphabitat.org
This is a VOLUNTEER organization located in Kitsap county. Assists qualifying low-income families in building homes. To qualify, applicants must apply and then will be screened. This process includes a credit check, work history, and meeting income guidelines. Once accepted applicants agree to meet income guidelines. Agreements are made to help build their home as well as other Habitat homes. Call the number to volunteer or apply for the program.


5251 Auto Center Way, Bremerton
(360) 479-4210
Hours: M-F, 8-5
Website: www.kitsaphba.com
The Home Builders Association of Kitsap County is an association of professional builders, subcontractors, service providers and purveyors representing the home building industry. The association provides, to its members and the community, information, education and services that promote the health and welfare of the home building industry. As leaders of the industry, we foster safe affordable housing and address issues affecting our industry.
Visit their website to see all the different services and businesses that they have.


9307 Bay Shore Dr. NW, Silverdale
(360) 692-5596
Hours: 8:00 - 4:30 M – F
Website: www.kccha.com
Public housing for low-income families. Participant must apply and meet income qualifications. If found eligible, placed on a waiting list. They also offer free after-school programs for youths, free workshops for adults and offer the Self-Help Program (535-6100) and Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program (535-6131).


(360) 308-8783
Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Website: www.rebuildingtogetherkitsap.org
The programs designed to help low-income, elderly or disabled homeowners. Participants must own their home, be low-income, and help in the rebuilding process if physically able. Repairs for the Annual Rebuilding Day in April include yard cleanup and trash removal, home safety improvements, painting, weatherization and other repairs as needed. RT* Kitsap also offers Emergency Year-Round Services program and Home Modifications program for those low-income home-owners in need of home modifications to accommodate disability. Repairs to mobile homes are limited. For more information or to recommend a participant, please call to request an application. There are application deadlines.


(360) 779-6431 OR 1-866-779-6431
Theresa Korpela (Reverse Mortgage Specialist)
This program can provide a tax-free income to homeowners aged 62 and over whom own their homes free and clear or have a small outstanding mortgage. The program allows the borrower to utilize the value of the home by converting its home equity into line of credit. No repayment of the loan is required as long as they live in the home
For more information call the above number.


1201 Park Ave., Bremerton
(360) 377-0053
Website: www.kcr.org
Assists low-income renters and homeowners of Kitsap County with: Insulation, Repair or Replace Roofs, heating systems, doors, Water Heaters and Health & Safety issues. Call for details.

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