Overview of Homeownership Program

HOMEOWNERSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE PRESENTLY BEING ACCEPTED FOR OTTAWA!

Would you like to purchase a home with an interest-free mortgage?

Please review the Apply Now and Selection Process sections on our website and please click here to view a video about Habitat for Humanity and how it works. Then download and complete the Application Form after you view the online session. (The form is available in English and French). If you have any questions about the application form or your eligibility: please call Nancy Currie, our Family Services Manager, at 613-749-9950 ext. 225

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Helping Families Build Strength, Stability and Self-Reliance Through Affordable Homeownership

Our goal is to make affordable single and multiple unit housing available to families who would otherwise not qualify for a conventional mortgage. In partnership with many donors, sponsors and volunteers from the Habitat community, you will help build your own home.

You will own your house by making affordable monthly mortgage payments.

Building a house is an expensive business. Costs include the land, materials and professional trades. With the help of Habitat volunteers, most of the labour costs will disappear.

Materials are often donated and many professional tradespeople donate their services. People you have never met will be helping you build your house. These include fundraisers who are raising the money to pay for the materials and the land, and for the extra money we need to let you have an interest-free mortgage. Other volunteers work at the Habitat ReStore, on committees, in the office or at public functions where they promote Habitat GO to churches, businesses, community organizations, service clubs and the general public.

  • Upgrades to basic materials.

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