Habitat Homes Develop Problems

WWLTV reports from Covington, Louisiana 24 modular homes built by Habitat for Humanity in 2007 following the housing crunch in the wake of Hurricane Katrina are developing electrical and lighting problems as well as rotting floors, steps, and doors. Jeff St. Romain of Habitat says $50,000 has been added to the organization’s budget to help with the problems, but is asking the homeowners to contribute $100 each because its program is a partnership. MHProNews has learned several of the homeowners do not think they should help pay for the repairs.

(Photo credit: Atlantic Bay Homes)

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