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Are You Ready To Provide A Safe, Decent, Affordable Home For Your Family?

Here are the criteria for homeownership:

Need

There Must Be A Demonstrated Need In Order To Qualify For A Habitat Home

Need is determined by a family’s current living conditions.

Some examples of need are outline below (this list is not all-inclusive).

  • Structural/mechanical problems in building

visible holes or large cracks
leaks, hazardous/toxic materials
electrical  problems
plumbing problems
appliances not working

  • Inadequate sleeping arrangements

more than 2 persons share a room
different gendered children sharing a room
persons having to sleep on the floor

  • Unsanitary conditions or health risks

bugs
rodents
sewage
 problems
stairway in disrepair
allergy concerns

  • Temporary or transitional housing

family currently living with relatives
family in emergency shelter
homelessness

  • Current housing does not meet the physical needs
  • Unable to obtain a conventional mortgage
Ability to Pay

Ability to pay is determined by information provided and collected during the application process.

Information on the paper application, pay stubs, benefit statements, previously filed federal tax returns, and credit reports are examples of the resources used to determine this ability.

APPLICANTS MUST HAVE:

  • a steady, reliable source of income and demonstrate financial responsibility 
  • the ability to pay a monthly house payment at approximately 25% of gross monthly income (taxes and insurance included) 
  • the ability to pay projected monthly utilities (electric/gas & water/sewer) 
  • NOT have filed for bankruptcy within the past 2 years 
  • NOT have outstanding collections, liens or judgments that cannot reasonably be paid by the completion of the home build
Residency

All applicants must provide documentation of residency and eligibility to work in the US.

One of the following documents is accepted as proof of both residency and eligibility:

  • US Passport
  • Permanent Resident Card
  • Alien Registration Receipt Card (Form I-551)
  • Foreign Passport with temporary I-551 stamp or temporary I-551 printed notation on a machine-readable immigrant visa
  • Unexpired Employment Authorization Document with a Photo ID (Form I-766)
  • Unexpired Foreign Passport with Form I-94
  • Passport from Federated States of Micronesia or the Republic of the Marshall Islands with Form I-94 or Form I-94A indicating nonimmigrant admission under the Compact of Free Association Between the United States and the FSM or RMI.

If one of the above cannot be provided, one document from each category below is required:

Category 1

  • Driver’s License
  • Federal, State, or Local Government ID Card
  • Voter’s Registration Card
  • School ID card with a photograph
  • Native American tribal document
  • U.S. Military identification card/ Military Dependents ID card
  • U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Card
  • Canadian Driver’s License

Category 2

  • Social Security Card
  • U.S. Birth Certificate
  • Certification of Birth Abroad (Form FS-545)
  • US Citizen ID Card (Form I-197)
  • Resident Citizen ID Card (Form I-179)
  • Unexpired Employment Authorization by Dept. of Homeland Security
  • Native American tribal document
  • Certification of Report of Birth (Form DS-1350)
  • Native American Tribal document
  • Employment Authorization document issued by the Dept. of Homeland Security
Willingness to Partner

A partner family must be willing to complete “sweat-equity” hours.

“Sweat-equity” is when a partner family takes part in building their own home and other Habitat homes and may include activities such as clearing the lot, painting, helping with construction, working in the Habitat office, or other approved activities.  

  • A two-adult household is required to perform a minimum of 500 hours.
  • A single-adult family is required to complete 250 hours.
  • A portion of the sweat equity hours can be completed by family and friends.
  • All of the hours must be completed before the partner family can purchase the home. 

In addition, the partner family must also be willing to attend home buyer education classes.

Interested In Becoming A Habitat Partner Family

Please fill out our application form and we will get in contact with you.

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