Habitat Wake and Consumer Education Services Inc. will host this family-friendly event to empower current and future homeowners on their homeownership journey. Future homeowners will learn about the steps to take to achieve the goal of homeownership, while current homeowners will reflect on how homeownership has enchanced their lives.
Saturday, June 28
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
St. Augustine’s University Campus Lawn
1315 Oakwood Avenue, Raleigh
Our Homeownership Program
Habitat for Humanity of Wake County empowers people who qualify to build and buy their own homes.
Selected families commit to 250 hours of “sweat equity,” a reasonable down payment, personal finance workshops, education on home safety, guidance for participating in a homeowners’ association, and monthly mortgage payments set at no more than 30% of household income.
Eligible applicants must
- live or work in Wake County
- have a stable income
- be able to pay modest monthly mortgage payments
- demonstrate that current housing is overcrowded, physically substandard, too expensive, unsafe, or they are living in subsidized housing
Selected families provide a $1,500 down payment and enter an affordable 20-year mortgage.
To learn more about how to apply for our program, click here.