Mobile Home Repair Grants
The Mobile Home Grant Program provides up to $8,000 for mobile home owners who need to make quality-of-life repairs to their homes and do not own the land or pad where their mobile home sits. Mobile Home Grants are not loans and do not have to be repaid.
The Housing Repair Program does not charge a fee for this service.
Eligible homeowners are those who:
- Own and live in the mobile home they want to repair
- Do not own the land under the mobile home
- Live in King County, outside the city limits of the City of Seattle and Normandy Park. (Note: The City of Seattle has its own housing repair program. Click here to be transferred). Also, residents of Bellevue, Federal Way, Kent, and Auburn must be referred by their city's respective program. Click here for the contact information on these programs as well as other housing repair resources in King County.)
- Have an eligible household income level - click here to see if you are income eligible
- Do not have assets that exceed $20,000, not counting the value of your home. Applicants with long-term disability or over 55 years are exempt from this guideline, as long as the asset does not generate income that exceeds the HUD annual income limits.
We can help you determine if you meet all the eligibility requirements that may apply.
How to Apply for Services
Call 206-263-9095 between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Click here for a list of things you will be asked to share when you call.
Overview of Application and Repair Process
After an application for the mobile home grant program is taken over the phone, we will visit you in the comfort of your own home during normal business hours to assess the repair work. Housing Repair Program staff will assist you with the process of contracting with a private construction contractor of your choice. The private contractor will perform all of the work on your mobile home. As a last step, Housing Repair Program will provide the payment(s) directly to the contractor once you have approved the work and Housing Repair Program staff have inspected the work.