Initial Screening Form:
The Habitat Hillsborough Homeownership Program is accepting Initial Screening information at this time. Please click on the “Initial Screening Form” button to complete this initial online form. We will notify you if you have met the initial criteria to be considered for our Homeownership Program. If you meet the screening criteria, you will then be invited to complete our Homeownership Program Eligibility Application. (If you are a military veteran, we invite you to click the Veterans Homeownership Initial Screening button.)
Homeownership Program Eligibility Applicants:
For those who have already completed and met the Initial Screening criteria, once you have completed the more comprehensive written “Homeownership Program Eligibility Application,” an appointment must be scheduled to submit the application in person to review with our Habitat Homeowner Services program manager. Please contact Michelle at MTaylor@habitathillsborough.
PLEASE NOTE: This appointment requirement is for the written Homeownership Program Eligibility Application only, NOT the online Initial Screening Form.
Habitat for Humanity builds Strength, Stability and Self-Reliance in our community through homeownership.
Low-income individuals and families, who meet our eligibility criteria and who qualify for a Habitat mortgage, may choose to partner with Habitat Hillsborough to build their dream of owning a home. Since we do not require a down payment, future homeowners invest in their homes through sweat equity hours. These hours can be accumulated building homes and volunteering at our ReStores.
Future homeowners pay typical Buyer’s closing costs* and purchase their homes with an affordable mortgage.
Habitat for Humanity of Hillsborough County builds throughout all of Hillsborough County. We work with Homeowner Candidates to locate suitable building sites in areas in which they wish to live.
*Buyer’s closing costs may include taxes and recording fees on notes and mortgages; recording fees for deed and financing statements; Survey; Lender’s title policy and endorsements; HOA/Condominium Association application/transfer fees (if applicable); Loan expenses; Processing fee; All property-related insurance; Owner’s Title Policy and charges (if applicable).