For years now, home prices and rents have been on the rise and wage growth has been stagnant. Low-income households have fewer options of affordable places to live. Many families spend more than half of their income on housing.
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity changes that. Habitat families have a housing payment locked in at, or below, 30% of their monthly income. This leaves money for families to spend on nutritious food, college savings, health care, daycare, and transportation costs.
Now, thanks to new financial partnerships, more than double the number of families will partner with Habitat to achieve homeownership—from an average of 50 families annually to more than 100. Plus, families will have new ways to buy a home with Habitat. See details below.
This will only be possible with your help. Please volunteer, donate, or advocate today.