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Habitat for Humanity. Habitat is an ecumenical Christian housing ministry dedicated to selling affordable houses to qualifying partner families. Habitat for Humanity. Home Ownership is filled with • Joys • Responsibilities. Brookings Area Habitat for Humanity. You can buy a home! - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Habitat for Humanity Habitat is an ecumenical Christian housing ministry dedicated to selling affordable houses to qualifying partner families

  • Habitat for HumanityHome Ownership is filled with Joys Responsibilities

  • Brookings Area Habitat for HumanityYou can buy a home!Affordable Habitat does not make a profitHabitat charges NO INTERESTSolid, reliable program building homes since 1995

  • Affordable housing is our priorityHouse Selling Price will be approximately:3 Bedroom $55,000 (approximately $325/mo)4 Bedroom $60,000 (approximately $375/mo) including property taxes and homeowners insurance

  • Partnership is key to successHabitat will:Build a house with youSell you the house with a no interest loanProvide opportunities for you to learn the skills you will need to own a home

  • How does Habitat for Humanity work? Meet Eligibility RequirementsPay $700 deposit for down payment and closing costsAttend WorkshopsBuild a Home -- Sweat EquityMake House PaymentsFund for HumanityBuilding EquitySecond Mortgage

  • How does Habitat for Humanity work?Specific House Design Criteria modest size, simple design, sale price includes cost of all materials including in-kind donations. Most of the labor is donated.Application Process documents and a home visit3 Selection CriteriaNeedAbility to PayWillingness to PartnerSweat EquityAttend Workshops

  • Eligibility Criteria Income Guidelines Application Home Visits Notification Number of families selectedbased on greatest need and Habitats construction capacity

  • Need CriteriaBelow Upper Income Limit (less than 70% of average median income)Overcrowded Living ConditionsSubstandard Living ConditionsCost Burdened

  • Ability to PayMinimum Income GuidelineDebt to Income RatioNo Liens or Judgments Consistent Payment HistoryAble to Save for Closing Costs

  • Sweat Equity -- 300 to 500 hoursAssist with Construction Attend Workshops:Homebuyer Express/CCCSOthers as availablePerform Other Sweat Equity TasksAttend budget counselDevelop budget for homeownershipWillingness to Partner

  • Habitat for Humanity House Design

    Habitat is not a custom home builderSquare footage: 925 to 1100 square feetNo garages or car portsOne bathroomNo dishwasher or central airYou may not have a choice about the locationYou may not have a choice about floorplan No basement unless necessary

  • After the closing Set goals for improvements/additionsPrioritize their level of needSave carefully and wiselyImprove your home as you can afford itEnjoy this beautiful home of your own!

  • You may be asking yourselfHow many hours a week will I commit to working with Habitat?

    Who might help?

    Am I willing/able to wait 10 to 18 months to move into my home?

  • Home Ownership and HabitatPaymentsDown Payment $700 in advanceMortgage Payments $$250 - $300(including taxes and insurance)Mortgage length depends on your ability to pay at time of closing 15 to 30 yearsPrepare formoving costs including utility hook-ups,lawn mower, lawn/garden tools, household items.

  • You may be asking yourselfAm I willing and able to save $75-100 a month now to pay the required deposit on time?

  • Mandatory Workshops/MeetingsPartnership Agreement and Basic House DescriptionBudgeting and financial managementWhat it means to be a homeownerHow to maintain your homeFrequent meetings with your sponsor and Building CommitteePreparing for the Closing and Understanding Your Mortgage

  • Home Ownership and HabitatBuilding a HomeWith friends and familyWith community volunteersWith lots of instruction and help

  • Home Ownership and HabitatHear What HabitatHomeowners have to say . . .

  • Debt-to-income Ratio How much money do I owe?School loansCar loansCredit cardsOther misc. bills

    Department store cardsMedical bills

    Compare Debt to Income LevelExample:Monthly net income (after taxes, ins., etc.) = $900Debt payments per month = $ 95Mortgage Payment (max 28%)= $250Debt to income ratio = 38%Acceptable ratio is 40%

  • How to ApplyComplete application todayProvide all documentation in one weekExpect home visit in two to three weeksNotification of acceptance in six weeks

  • Please Know thatSome families apply 3 or 4 times before they become eligible.

    We WANT to work with you. If you are not accepted the first time, please come back!!

  • Next Steps Make sure: Your name is on the sign-in sheet.You fill out an application.The application and ALL paperwork is in the Habitat office by June 21. We can reach you by telephone!

  • Next Steps You should hear from us within 4-6 weeks after we get your COMPLETED application.

    Call 692-5601 if you have questions.Monday through Thursday office hours.Brookings Area Habitat for HumanityThanks you for your time !

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