Who decides what work will be performed?

Homeowners work with a home inspector to put together a scope-of-work that includes eligible work. However, deviations often occur to facilitate the winning proposal. If you were not awarded enough funding to accommodate all of the work you have requested, the home inspector will ultimately determine which work must take precedence, based on detriment to health and safety.

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1. What kind of rehabilitation work can NPP provide?
2. How much money can I receive, where does it come from, and when must I pay it back?
3. Who performs the rehabilitation?
4. Who decides what work will be performed?
5. Is this a secured loan?
6. What are the requirements for contractors looking to bid on rehabilitation projects?
7. What constitutes a “household”?
8. What does the term “owner-occupant” mean?
9. Is a credit check required?
10. What if I’m going through a bankruptcy?