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Emergency Home Repairs

The Emergency Repair Program offers financial assistance to help low-income homeowners complete emergency repairs to make their homes safe.

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1. Benefits

Eligible homeowners may receive up to $12,000.

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2. Eligibility

Homeowners are eligible if they:

  • own the property to be repaired and occupy it as their primary residence;
  • require an urgent repair to their property (e.g. replacing a furnace during the winter months); and
  • have an annual household income and household assets at or below the limits established by Saskatchewan Housing Corporation.

Important:

  • Repairs completed before receiving written approval from Saskatchewan Housing Corporation do not qualify for assistance.
  • The homeowner is responsible for all costs greater than the approved amount.
  • Eligibility may be affected if the title to the property has liens or judgments.
  • Once approval is granted, work must be completed within three months.
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3. How to apply

Gather the documents needed to accompany your application:
  • property tax notice;
  • insurance policy;
  • lease agreement;
  • asset declaration form; and
  • proof of household income.

  1. Download the Emergency Repair Program Application Form
  2. Complete the application form
  3. Mail the application form and required documents to:

            Saskatchewan Housing Corporation
            11th Floor, 1920 Broad Street
            REGINA SK  S4P 3V6

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5. Further Information

The Emergency Repair Program is jointly funded by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and Saskatchewan Housing Corporation.

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