Clinton Gratiot Habitat for Humanity is now part of Habitat for Humanity Capital Region.
Beginning in September, Habitat for Humanity Capital Region will serve Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham County through Homeownership, Repair, and Ramp Programs.
We are changing names, but we are still Habitat for Humanity, envisioning a world in which everyone has a decent place to live.
Habitat for Humanity can help low-income families realize the dream of homeownership
You may qualify for a Habitat for Humanity house if:
You have a steady income and pay your bills on time
You have a housing need
You are willing to partner in the building process
Habitat for Humanity offers a unique opportunity for low-income individuals, couples and families to become homeowners. There are three initial areas in which you must qualify to participate as a Habitat Homeowner. Here are some of the details:
1. You may qualify if you have a need for better housing:
You are living in a home that is too small for your family (boys and girls sharing the same room, etc.)
Your current home is of sub-standard quality (this might include problems with the structure itself, the heating/cooling system, water, sewage and electrical systems, etc.)
You are unable to qualify for a conventional mortgage.
2. You are low income, but you still have the ability to pay for a home – with some help.
3. Willingness to be a partner with Habitat