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  • Whatcom-Skagit Housing may be your ticket to your own home

    Lower-income residents can buy a home through a program that gives them "sweat equity" credit by working 35 hours per week on their home and the homes of their future neighbors. The must have jobs, and be able to qualify for a mortgage.

Lower-income residents can buy a home through a program that gives them "sweat equity" credit by working 35 hours per week on their home and the homes of their future neighbors. The must have jobs, and be able to qualify for a mortgage. robert.mittendorf@bellinghamherald.com
Lower-income residents can buy a home through a program that gives them "sweat equity" credit by working 35 hours per week on their home and the homes of their future neighbors. The must have jobs, and be able to qualify for a mortgage. robert.mittendorf@bellinghamherald.com

Sweat, sacrifice help lower-income residents buy a home. Here’s how they did it

August 27, 2017 5:00 AM