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Applications are now being accepted through January 31, 2023.

Information Session

Interested in applying for the Habitat Homeownership Program?

Our website, including this About page, is the best way to get information on qualifying for the program, what homes are available and what will be asked from you as you apply. In addition, free information sessions are offered to continue the process of learning about the Habitat for Humanity Homeownership Program. Sessions are approximately 45-minutes long and will provide you with details about applying, qualifying and partnering with Habitat to buy your own home. Sessions are currently being held virtually via Zoom and registration is required.

HOMEOWNERSHIP INFORMATION SESSIONS:

Monday, January 16, 2023 at 6:00pm

REGISTRATION CLOSED
 

Wednesday, January 18, 2023 at 6:00pm

REGISTRATION CLOSED

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Applications for Habitat's Homeownership Program are only taken during our open application windows.

An application window will be open January 18th through January 31st.

Things to Know As You Apply

  • Available Habitat for Humanity units have a Summit County deed restriction that requires one the following scenarios to qualify:
    • The purchaser (or at least one purchaser, if the Unit is being purchased by two or more individuals) is employed full time at a business or businesses (if multiple part-time jobs) located in Summit County. For purposes of qualifying, “full time” is defined as working for a business or businesses located in Summit County a minimum of 1,560 hours per year (or approximately 30 hours per week); or, 
    • If self-employed, the purchaser (or at least one purchaser if the Unit is being purchased by two or more individuals) must be registered as a business entity in the State of Utah, have a current Summit County business license, and provide substantial goods and/or services within Summit County; or 
    • The purchaser (or at least one purchaser if the Unit is being purchased by two or more individuals) is a retired person who was a full-time employee of a business located within Summit County for at least two continuous years immediately preceding his or her retirement; or 
    • The purchaser (or at least one purchaser if the Unit is being purchased by two or more individuals) is unable to work due to a disability
  • Due to the size of available units, household sizes of two (2) or persons will be prioritized.
  • The income range for this application round is 50%-80% of the Area Median Income.
  • The units available are currently under construction and may not be ready for occupancy before the end of 2023.
  • After applying, eligible applicants may be required to submit supporting documentation that includes, but may not be limited to, the following:
    • 2020 and 2021 tax returns
    • Last two (2) months' pay stubs or earning statements
    • Credit report. You can request your free credit report online at annualcreditreport.com
    • Valid Utah State-issued identification
    • Documentation of all current and/or future student loan obligations
    • Last two (2) statements for all checking, savings, investment and/or retirement accounts

Click on the button below to learn more information on the program and what a successful candidate looks like

  • Wells Fargo
    Wells Fargo
  • Eccles Foundation
    Eccles Foundation
  • Park City Muni
    Park City Muni
  • Olsen Electric