Homeowner Resources

FAQ

Read some of the most frequently asked questions regarding Habitat homeownership.

Habitat strives to support success in homeownership by providing opportunities for our homeowners to learn about maintaining their home, securing their financial well being, and becoming more engaged in their communities.

Homeowner Education

Habitat wants to make sure you’re successful in homeownership long after you purchase your home.

Community Resources

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financial

Do you need help applying for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)?

Are you having trouble making your mortgage payment?

Do you need financial help making repairs to your home?

Need free help with your taxes?

Are you having trouble with paying your bills?

homeownership & housing

Need help hiring a contractor?

Do you need to borrow a tool for your home?

Do you need help with recycling, trash, salvage, or hazardous waste?

Are you having a neighborhood dispute?

Need help with your own pet or a neighbor’s animal?

health & safety

Do you need help with healthcare coverage?

Need help with wild animals?

Need help finding affordable childcare?

Do you need help with Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Elder Abuse, or just seeking resources?

other

Need help going to school or learning a new trade?

Looking for a job or to improve your employment?

Do you need family law resources?

Want to start a small business or looking to grow your existing business?

Need help getting around town?

Looking for low cost activities?

Homeowner Resources

Resources and tools for everything from home maintenance to finance. We add new items from time to time.

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Nextdoor is a free private network for neighbors and the community to quickly get the word out about crime and safety concerns, organize neighborhood events, find recommended babysitters and contractors, help with lost animals, giveaways or sell unwanted items, and get to know your neighbors. www.nextdoor.com

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) brings the farm right to you. Your choice of farm and reasonably priced options for weekly delivery of fresh fruits and vegetables for pick up.

The Rooster is a platform to post free offers, needs, and exchanges. You can see what others are looking for and lend a hand, or connect with neighbors. Even if you can’t help you might know someone who can. www.therooster.co

Office of Neighborhood Involvement helps to locate your neighborhood and other community partners such as your neighborhood association, volunteer opportunities, or to file reports for graffiti or noise, and find your crime prevention coordinator.

The ReStore is Habitat’s new, used, reclaimed household and building product store and donation center. You can volunteer, shop, and donate. The ReStore will also pick up donations. www.nchabitat.org/restore/

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