Since 1988, the Housing Partnership has been providing the
essentials for successful homeownership to residents of Chester
County. We are a private non-profit organization working to
improve housing and the quality of life in our surrounding
community through our effective programs and dedicated staff.
Take a few moments to look through our programs and discover
how we can make a difference in your home.
First Time Home Buyer Program assists low and moderate income individuals and
families interested in purchasing a home within Chester County. Pre-purchase
workshops are offered to anyone interested in learning more about the purchase of a
Credit Counseling provides, free of charge, counseling to individuals who want to
improve their credit worthiness. Individual counseling sessions and group workshops
Home Modification Program (Access) is offered to low-to-moderate income
households throughout Chester County, providing access modifications to people with
permanent disabilities. Available to homeowners and renters.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Saturday, June 8, 2013
has purchased a single family
home in Caln Township for
renovation and sale to a
qualified first time home buyer!
SALE PRICE $164,900
CALL FOR DETAILS!
|The cornerstone of successful homeownership
of Chester County
Housing Rehabilitation Program helps low to moderate income homeowners
correct code violations such as structural, plumbing, heating and electrical problems.
Lead based paint and handicap accessible modifications are also addressed in this
Senior Citizen Home Maintenance Program provides a grant for basic home
maintenance, repairs, and access modifications for qualified residents of Chester
County, 65 years of age and older.
Senior Citizen Winter Fuel Assistance Program assists low income seniors in
Chester County pay their winter fuel bills. Program runs from October 1 through
March 31, funds permitting.
'Know Your Money' is a curriculum created to help young people learn the basics of
handling their money and finances, including how to create positive relationships with
|PNC Bank's donation of $5,000
|Norm Heilenman presents $2,500 check for
Customers Bank support of HPCC!