Worth Knowing: Upper Valley Habitat for Humanity accepting applications for Lebanon home

Upper Valley Habitat for Humanity is accepting applications for homeownership of an existing 3-bedroom home in Lebanon, NH. Upper Valley Habitat’s mission is to provide and build safe, affordable homes for those who could otherwise not afford to purchase a home. They serve the Upper Valley towns of Vermont and New Hampshire.

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To be eligible for consideration, the following initial criteria must be met:

• Resident of the Upper Valley at least one year

• Currently living in inadequate or substandard housing. (Examples: Physical condition, Inadequate for family size, rent more than 50% of family income)

• Unable to access conventional bank financing

• Family income between 30 – 80% of county median income (typically between $30,000 - $60,000)

• Willing to provide 500 hours of sweat equity on a Habitat project

• Able to afford zero-interest mortgage

• Sustainable commitment to responsible home ownership and to on-going partnership with UVHFH

For more information and for an application, please visit http://uppervalleyhabitat.org/homeownership/, email office@uppervalleyhabitat.org or call (802) 295-1854.

Applications due by June 15, 2018. 

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