The Homeowner Repair Program

The Homeowner Repair Program provides financial assistance to help low-income homeowners make major repairs to their homes to meet minimum health and safety standards. Eligible homeowners may receive up to $23,000.

Homeowners are eligible if:

  • they own and occupy the home as their primary residence;
  • their household income and asset levels are at or below the established limits as determined by Saskatchewan Housing Corporation;
  • the repairs address health and safety issues;
  • the repairs will extend the useful life of property by 15 years; and
  • the property is substandard or deficient and requires major repairs to at least one of the following areas:  structural, electrical, plumbing, heating system, or fire safety. 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 complete within six months.

How to Apply:

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

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation
11th Floor – 1920 Broad Street