Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity Opens 2021 Pre-Application for Homeownership
PITMAN, NJ (Wednesday, September 01, 2021) — On Wednesday, September 1, 2021, Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity released the pre-application for its Homeownership Program. Applications will be available on Gloucester County Habitat’s website only at https://gc-habitat.org/homeownership/qualify/
Gloucester County Habitat builds homes in partnership with families who have the financial and personal capacity to be homeowners, but who cannot qualify for conventional financing. Habitat leverages volunteer labor and donations of funding and materials to complete the construction of its homes.
Gloucester County Habitat’s Homeownership Program is not a handout. Eligible applicants must have current housing need, be able to pay for closing cost, and make monthly mortgage payment. Families need to be willing to partner with Habitat to accomplish sweat-equity hours and other requirements, like completing financial education classes. Habitat homes are sold to participants of its Homeownership Program for no profit. The sale is financed with an affordable mortgage loan. These mortgage payments are then recycled to build more homes.
Potential partner families are required to review income guidelines (gc-habitat.org/income-guidelines) and qualify before applying at: gc-habitat.org/home-ownership/qualify/
Post 9/11 Veterans are encouraged to apply.
For more information on the Homeownership Program please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gloucester County Habitat is an equal housing lender and follows a non-discriminatory policy of homeowner selection. Gloucester County Habitat does not consider race, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, familial status, source of income, or national origin when selecting future homeowners.
About Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity: Since 1986, Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity has continued its mission to provide quality housing to those in need. Habitat has served Gloucester County’s (NJ) more than 290,000 residents by providing low to moderate income families with the opportunity to purchase safe, decent and affordable homes.