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Program Information:

Manitoba Housing is offering a new Rural Homeownership Program in select Manitoba communities, excluding urban centres where demand for rental housing currently exists. The Program has two unique streams:

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 Manitoba Housing is selling 89 Albine Avenue in Onanole as part of its Rural Homeownership Program. Grants available.
Please contact Sandra James at (204) 945-0567 or via e-mail at sandra.james@gov.mb.ca

Vacant units will be available in the following communities:
Alonsa
 
Foxwarren
 
Onanole
89 Albine Avenue
Ashern
 
Glenella
 
Piney
 
Beausejour
 
Great Falls
 
Riding Mountain
 
Bellsite
 
High Bluff
 
Riverton
 
Binscarth
 
Inglis
 
Seymourville
 
Birch River
 
Kelwood
 
Silver Ridge
 
Broad Valley
 
Killarney
 
Sprague
 
Carberry
 
McCreary
 
St. Claude
 
Carman
 
Melita
 
Swan River
 
Churchill
 
Miniota
 
Treherne
 
Crane River
 
Morris
 
Vassar
 
Ebb and Flow
 
Newdale
 
Wanless
 
Elkhorn
 
Niverville
 
Woodridge
 
Elphinstone
 
Oakburn
 
Woodlands
 
  • The sale price will be based on a fair value as determined by Manitoba Housing.
  • Qualifying households must provide evidence that they have the financial resources to operate and maintain a home, and must either directly finance the purchase or obtain a mortgage from a recognized lending institution.
  • For more information on the Chronic Vacancy Rural Homeownership Stream, please contact us at:
  • For more information on the Tenant Rural Homeownership Stream, please Click Here
Financial Assistance: A forgivable renovation loan of up to $16,000 in southern communities and up to $19,000 in northern communities will be available to qualifying households for the purposes of upgrading the home. A sale transaction grant for qualifying households of up to $3,500 for costs relating to land transfers, legal fees, and home inspections.
Number of Households: Up to 160 housing units sold over four years
 
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