First Home Fix Review 2022 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online
First Home Fix starring professionals in the field of renovation on the new HGTV show. First Home Fix, Raisa Kuddus and Austin Coleman advice first-time homeowners on how to improve their modest homes without going into debt. The series premieres on September 3 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
HGTV’s newest home improvement show, First Home Fix, will focus on assisting first-time homeowners in making significant improvements to their properties without breaking the bank. Those looking for a makeover can look to Raisa and Austin, a real-life couple and remodeling gurus at Block Build & Design.
Affordable financing for essential home repairs in small, family-owned properties across New York City is made possible through the Home Fix program, which was recently announced by the Center for NYC Neighborhoods (the Center) and the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD).
A low-income elderly homeowner in Brooklyn’s Canarsie neighborhood received roughly $50,000 in the form of a no-interest, forgiving loan to carry out much-needed renovations, such as a new roof, structural repairs, and window replacement.
HPD Commissioner Louise Carroll expressed her excitement about the first Home Fix project being completed and the fact that it helped an elderly citizen who desperately needed repairs.
To ensure that long-term residents remain in their homes and neighborhoods, the current administration has made it a priority to improve the quality of maintenance services and lower the cost of living for low-income families.
Programs like HomeFix will be crucial to reducing evictions, maintaining housing quality, and stabilizing communities as the City works towards recovery under the Mayor’s Your Home NYC initiative.
More than a hundred homeowners a year will receive help from the HomeFix program, and progress on a number of ongoing projects will shortly reach a critical stage.
Roof, sidewalk, pavement, and energy efficiency renovations are just a few examples of what could be included in the construction scope, along with repairs to heating, hot water, electrical, and plumbing systems.