Have you ever been curious about purchasing a home with Habitat for Humanity? Attend a Homeownership Information Meeting to learn more! Our application window will be open from June 21-July 1 and you must attend a meeting to be considered for & to receive an application. Meeting dates are:
Wednesday, June 8 & Thursday, June 9 • Monroe County Public Library Auditorium
303 E Kirkwood Avenue, Bloomington, IN 47408
Session one: 6:00 – 7:00PM
Session two: 7:15 – 8:15PM
Both sessions will be presented concurrently in English and Spanish – you only need to attend one meeting, but all adults (18+) in the household must attend a meeting.
To determine if you qualify officially, you’ll need to complete and submit the official application within the open application window. Some questions to consider:
To self-determine if you would qualify for the program, you can view more specific eligibility criteria HERE. Still have questions? Attend a Homeownership Meeting to learn more!
Due to continued health & safety precautions, the meeting will look a little different than in the past. There are some general rules or guidelines we will ask you to follow:
We will be having two back-to-back sessions to accommodate those interested in the program so we will start and end promptly. Please do your best to be on-time—we cannot guarantee you will be able to attend if you are late.
If these meeting times or application window do not work for you, we do hope to be able to open up again this year. Please call 812.331.4069 to find out it dates, times or location have changed.
Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County, Inc. is a fair housing not-for-profit corporation. Habitat welcomes all potential homeowners regardless of race, religion, national origin, sex, marital or family status, or age.
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