Frequently Asked Questions
Does Habitat give away homes for free?
How much does a house cost?
Does the cost vary by house size?
What are the terms of the mortgage?
Where does the mortgage money go? Does that help fund more homes?
Mortgage payments are received by Habitat. That money goes directly back into the organization, allowing Habitat to invest in additional housing opportunities in the community. This sustainable revolving revenue stream is known as the Fund for Humanity.
How do I sign up for the program?
The application process for our home ownership program in Allen, Huntington & Wells counties are currently not open. We will re-open the application process in Allen county no later than Spring 2020.
To see general qualifications and an overview of our home ownership program, please visit our Home Ownership page. For any other questions, contact our HomeWorks department at 260.422.4828 ext. 303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Once a family is in the program, what do they have to do before Habitat starts building their home? How many hours do they have to have, etc.?
What happens to the money I donate to Habitat?
Where do you build?
Here in Allen county we are finishing up the last few homes in phase one of Fuller’s Landing, which is located off W Cook & Huguenard Roads. Moving forward we are looking at all possible projects across our service area.
How can I help Habitat for Humanity of Greater Fort Wayne?
For more information on how to get started volunteering with Habitat, simply email us at email@example.com.
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