Does My Home Qualify?
To qualify for a SC Safe Home grant the Home must meet the following requirements:
· The home must be located in the coastal region of South Carolina
· The home must be owner-occupied; and
· Site-built or manufactured*/modular; and
· The home must not have existing, extreme previous damage; and
· The home and homeowner together have not previously received and utilized a SC Safe Home grant.
*Grant funds are available for inspection and repair or replacement of  manufactured home piers, anchors and tie-down anchoring systems limited to $500 for a single-wide unit, $700 for a double-wide unit and $900 for a triple-wide unit installation.  A Certificate of Occupancy from the local building code department must be provided showing that anchors and tie-downs were originally installed prior to the home being occupied.

  Estimate Your Award: Green Cells Indicate Fields to Update      
  Inputs: SC Home Property County (select county residence)  
  Homeowner's Household Annual Adjusted Gross Income (i.e. 1040 Line 38) $  
  Family Size (i.e. 1040 Line 6d)  
  Retrofit Cost Estimate (i.e. roof replacements: $5,000; $7,500 or $10,000) $  
  Output: HUD County Income Threshold   $  
  Homeowner's Estimated Award Type* (from SC Safe Home)    
  Homeowner's Estimated Award Amount* (from SC Safe Home) $  
*Estimator results are best estimates of award type and amount based on indicated homeowner circumstances and available funding, but are not explicitly guaranteed.
  All  completed SC Safe Home applications must include a completed SC Safe Home Inspection Report that has been completed by a participating Safe Home inspector.  The cost of the inspection is $150 that is paid by the homeowner.
Currency in (US $)                  
Teri Abel:
2017 State Avg. Income Limits:
Persons in Family
                      1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 or more
    Higher of SC County or State Avg. Income Limits:  
Teri Abel:
2017 County Avg. Income Limits:
Persons in Family
Persons in Family
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 or more