WHOA! Are you thinking of buying a home in Kenton County! Don’t wait.
$15,000 down payment assistance, forgivable after 5 years (so live in your home 5 years and you’ve gotten $15,000 FREE). Fine print: can’t have owned a home in the past 3 years and must earn less than $124,600.
The money starts flowing January 20, 2016 but you can go under contract now and just need to close after that date.
This money will run out! If you were thinking of buying in spring, think again and contact me so we can find you a house NOW!
Kentucky Housing Corporation HHF DAP (for Kenton County only)
HHF DAP Down Payment Assistance – Program Guidelines:
Closing date on or after January 20, 2016
$15,000.00 Second Mortgage
Forgivable Second Mortgage if lived in property for 5yrs
0% interest rate
No home ownership interest in the last 3yrs.
Purchase price max $294,000.00
$124,600 max income limits
New and Existing Properties in Kenton County
Home Buyer Education required
Contact me today!
Cincinnati Preservation Association Presents:
‘Restore Your Wood Windows’
September 12, 2015, 9:00 am
John Hauck House, 812 Dayton St, Cincinnati, OH 45214
On Saturday, September 12 at 9 am, Cincinnati Preservation will present “Restore Your Wood Windows”: the latest in the “Old House Maintenance” series. The program will take place at the historic John Hauck House, 812 Dayton Street, West End.
Preserve historic character, conserve energy, save money: repair and restore your historic wood windows! Learn the basics of wood window repair including how to re-rope weights in double-hung sash, replace broken glass, and reglaze sash. Improve the efficiency of your windows with weatherstripping and appropriate storm windows. And find out how to make worn windows good as new with epoxy consolidants. Afterward, tour the Hauck House to see the latest discoveries in the restoration of the exquisite Victorian murals.
Original wood windows are important to the character of historic buildings. Most are built of old-growth wood and will last for many years if properly cared for. When parts wear out, they can be repaired or replaced. Replacement windows, while heavily marketed, typically have a short life span and can’t be repaired. So, when high-performance units quit performing, they end up in a landfill.
Featured presenter will be multiple-award-winning restoration contractor Ken Hughes of Decorative Restorations. Ken has over two decades’ experience in the field and has worked on some of Cincinnati’s greatest historic homes. Ken is supervising the ongoing restoration of the Hauck House, which includes repairing the original wood windows and doors.
Admission to “Restore Your Wood Windows” is free to CPA members and students, $15.00 for guests. Reservations are required: 513-721-4506, email@example.com. Parking is available along Dayton, Linn and Baymiller streets.