Through Home Ownership

We Empower

Next Application Cycle: February 2019 

We will begin giving and receiving release authorization paperwork for credit reports as the first step of applications in February of 2019.  

Call our office at (540) 828-6288 with questions. 

We build strength,

stability and self-reliance

through affordable

homeownership.

Central Valley Habitat for Humanity partners with people to help them build a place they can call home. Homebuyers work alongside volunteers to help build their own houses, which they then purchase with an affordable mortgage. To us and millions of people around the world, there is no better expression of love than to help our neighbors purchase their own home. 

Every day in the Central Valley, families dream of having a healthy, affordable home of their own. Having a stable home in which to live means that children often do better in school, families and communities are healthier, and parents often get better jobs and improve the family’s financial situation.

 

Central Valley Habitat helps families acquire a forever home. 

We believe every child should have the opportunity to grow up and thrive in safe conditions, every parent should have the dignity of providing their kids with a stable home, and every family should have the chance for a decent life that allows them to create multi-generational assets.

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Volunteer

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Own a Home

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Recent Blog Posts

Who is ALICE?

Who is ALICE? In previous blog posts we’ve talked about how families can qualify for our program, and we put a lot of emphasis on affordability in relation to a low-income family or individual. We’ve established that for a dwelling to be affordable it shouldn’t be...

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