The Most Northeastern City in the United States.

Renting from a Relative

Caribou Municipal Building
25 High St
Caribou, Maine 04736
Lisa Plourde, Executive Director
Sue Ouellette, FSS/Homeownership
Phone: (207) 493-4234
Fax: (207) 376-0178
E-mail: housing@cariboumaine.org

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Equal Housing Opportunity

You, nor any member of your household, can own or have any interest in the property or be a beneficiary; the landlord cannot be a relative of anyone in the family except under certain limited conditions for persons with disabilities.  The landlord cannot live in the rental unit with you and your family.