Habitat for Humanity Regina is beginning the application process for Phase Four of Haultain Crossing on February 1st, 2018!
You can either pick up a preliminary application at our office or ReStore as of February 1st, which is located at 1740 Broder St. here in Regina (Postal Code S4N 2H7), or you can pick one up at 1 of our 5 Community meetings during the 1st week of February.
These meetings will take place at:
You do not have to live in or near the listed community centres or neighbourhoods to attend one of the meetings. All preliminary applications must be returned no later than February 23rd.
Interested in the qualifications to apply for a home?
Habitat for Humanity homes are sold to families who need a hand up, not a hand out. Habitat homes are designed to be safe, decent and affordable. Each home is purchased by a partner family, but the family does not make a down payment and each mortgage is interest free. The mortgage payment, including property taxes, is set at 25% of the family’s Gross Annual Household Income, which makes homeownership affordable. These mortgage payments go directly into the Habitat Regina Fund for Humanity to build more homes. This process ensures that Habitat for Humanity Regina can continue to build a world where everyone has a safe, decent and affordable place to live.
Before moving into their new home, each family must complete a minimum of 500 sweat equity hours. These hours provide great memories, as well as the opportunity to showcase their dedication and hard work.
Who Can Apply For A Home?
We encourage everyone who may fall within the following criteria to apply for a Habitat home.:
1. Each family must live in Canada for 3 years and live in Regina for 2 years
2. Each family must have a stable and reliable source of income
3. Each family must have a Gross Annual Household income between $32,000 and $66,500
4. If a family has declared bankruptcy, it must be discharged for at least 2 years
Applications are reviewed and selected based on:
- The Need for Safe, Decent and Affordable Housing
- The Ability to Pay for the home, including the necessary mortgage, property tax, home insurance and home maintenance payments
- The Willingness to Partner, including completing a minimum of 500 sweat equity hours and becoming a public Community Ambassador for Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity Regina adheres to the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code.
If you are interested in applying for a home with one of our Chapters, please click here