Community HomeOwner Support Portal
Current Owner support documents linked below. Please email our offices at email@example.com if you have questions or would like help!
Easily complete and submit the Annual Community Homeowner Compliance Questionnaire here. All Community Homeowner's are required to complete this form annually. This form allows BCHA to meet your needs and those of the greater community.
Complete this form to ensure your improvements will count towards home value. Permitted Capital Improvements are those certain capital improvements made to the Property for which written approval of BCHA had been obtained prior to installation of such improvements on the Property.
This form is for informational purposes and shows the estimated lifespan of Capital Improvements. These tables are taken from the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors®
In accordance with the Deed Covenant, an Owner must notify BCHA of Intent to Sell. Please contact BCHA to consult with staff and review the applicable deed covenant, the procedures for qualifying potential purchasers, and the fees charged by BCHA.
Once BCHA has received a Notice of Intent to Rent from the owner, BCHA will work to select an appropriate and qualified Applicant.
The Income Category Deed Covenant sets the maximum sales price and/or maximum rental rates for community housing and limits future appreciate of ownership units in order to ensure long term affordability.
The Workforce Market Deed Covenant allows Community Housing without limitations on pricing but with a defined "qualified buyer" profile.
Download our Annual Maintenance Checklist to ensure you maintain you Community Home in the best condition.
The Idaho Community Action Partnership provides aid with expensive energy bills in the winter months. They offer other forms of energy improvement programs as well. Learn about their Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program through this link.
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