Inside KELOLAND: Affordable Housing
January 19, 2007, 9:47 PM
After paying for groceries, utility bills and other expenses, it's hard for some families to come up with the money for rent or mortgage payments. Habitat for Humanity estimates 30 million American households face some sort of housing problem.
Imagine going an entire year without paying anything for where you live. A Sioux Falls property company is offering one year of free rent to a family in need, and the offer comes at a time when affordable housing options are limited. Lloyd Companies is offering to pay the rent bill for a family in need for one year. Lloyd hopes to have a family selected by early February. The deadline to file a nomination is January 24th. You can pick up a nomination form to recommend a family at any Lloyd property or download one from the company's website. To get there, click on the green story links icon and look for the link next to the story titled "SF Housing Assistance Need High."
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