Monday, April 11, 2016

Habitat house for sale

The Greater Springfield Vermont Area Habitat for Humanity is currently accepting applications for a home that will be available in Springfield in the spring of 2016.

It is a 1-½ story, 3-bedroom 1-bath cape with a standing seam metal roof, vinyl siding, replacement windows, fully applianced kitchen with lots of cabinets, a big wrap-around deck, and a single car detached garage. Located on Union Street.

Families whose income is between $35,169 (family of 2) and $47,460 (family of 5) are encouraged to look into whether a Habitat home is a suitable choice for them. Applicants must be in need of better housing, have a history of good financial management and be willing to partner with Habitat. We encourage those who are interested to respond immediately for information and to begin the application process. Habitat renovates and builds homes for people who might not qualify for a conventional mortgage and cannot afford a typical home in this area. Since the Habitat home is renovated or built by volunteers and is sold at cost, the mortgage payment on the home is usually less than what a family is paying in rent. A Habitat home provides quality housing at an affordable price.    

Former President Jimmy Carter at age 91.  He recently recovered from cancer but continues to volunteer his carpentry skills at Habitat for Humanity home building project sites in the South. 

1 comment :

  1. It is beautiful. I have been to Vermont many times and love it there. Warm greetings from Montreal, Canada.


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