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Learn more about becoming a Habitat homeowner by attending a Habitat Informational Meeting. Meetings are held several times throughout the year and promptly start on time.
Sunday, Oct. 14 at 1 p.m. at Clarion Suites, 2110 Rimrock Rd, Madison – This meeting is fully booked and not accepting new registrations.
Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 6 p.m. at Clarion Suites, 2110 Rimrock Rd, Madison – Limited slots available. Please register each attendee individually.
Register for an upcoming Habitat Informational Meeting here. If you need a language interpreter for the meeting, at least two weeks’ notice is requested.
Click here for Habitat for Humanity of Dane County homeowner requirements.
Habitat does not give away homes. Homeowners are required to put in 375 hours (or 325 hours for a single-parent family) in sweat equity. Sweat equity involves a variety of activities, including: attending Habitat educational classes (about 30 hours, required), working at the Habitat ReStores, baking snacks for volunteers, office work, speaking at events and working on building your home at the construction site.
Educational classes include: Introduction to Habitat for Humanity of Dane County Sweat Equity & Communications; Homeownership 101; Home Maintenance; Lawn and Yard Care; Pre-closing; How to be a Good Neighbor; and Estate Planning Class.
Are you ready to partner with Habitat for Humanity and buy a home? We have five questions to help see if you’re ready.
Click here for the questions.