What is Raising the Roof for Charity?
Raising the Roof for Charity is an annual project of the Northshore Home Builders Association. Our members and community pool their time, work, and dedication to building a house that is raffled off. The proceeds from Raising the Roof for Charity benefit local deserving charities. Since 1994, this project has donated over $5 million to the local Northshore community.
What are the charities benefiting from Raising the Roof for Charity?
The 2019 charities are: Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West, New Orleans Mission, and North Oaks Foundation.
How much are tickets?
Tickets are $100
How many tickets will be sold?
Do I need to be present to win any prizes given away (Grand Drawing, Cash Drawings, Free Ticket Fridays)?
Can I win more than one Cash Drawing?
Yes! Once a winner is pulled for a Cash Drawing, their ticket goes back into all drawings. You can win up to $20,000!
How many bedrooms and bathrooms?
4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Where is the home located?
Lot 89 - 2016 Cypress Tree Court, Madisonville, LA 70447
Who is building the Raising the Roof for Charity Home?
The outgoing President of the Northshore Home Builders Association traditionally builds the Raising the Roof for Charity Home. This year's home is being built by Keith West of West Custom Homes
What is the total value of the home?
What are the taxes collected at the time of transfer of the home to winner?
A “gaming tax” is collected at the time the house is transferred to the winner of the home. This has typically been 25% of the appraised value of the house in past years, however, this may change from year to year. The winner of the home is then responsible for State and Federal Income Taxes when they file their personal tax returns. We do not calculate or collect for their personal taxes due on the home.
What happens if I win the house, but I cannot pay the taxes?
The NHBA works with Resource Bank on the Raising the Roof for Charity Home. Resource (and probably other banks) will offer a loan to cover the cost of the taxes, usually over $100,000. This allows winner to take possession/ownership of home to live in or sell. The home can be used as collateral for the loan.
What is the square footage of the home?
Living is 2,200; total 3,276
What are the floor plans for the home?
Please see Rendering and Plans
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