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Habitat for Humanity of Knox County to begin Open Application Period for Homeownership Program

Habitat for Humanity of Knox County to begin Open Application Period for Homeownership Program
Mount Vernon, OH – Habitat for Humanity of Knox County, Ohio will open the application period for up
to 3 families for the construction of a home. Applicants must meet Habitat for Humanity requirements
of Need for Quality Housing, Ability to Pay a low interest mortgage and, Willingness to Partner with
Habitat throughout the project. Habitat for Humanity of Knox County has served over 30 families since
their founding in 1987, and looks to continue their commitment to Building Homes, Communities, and
Hope in Knox County with the construction of three homes in 2022 and 2023. After completion of the
projects, selected individuals or families will pay an affordable mortgage on a 0% or low interest loan.
Interested individuals can request an application at the Habitat for Humanity Office & ReStore located at
13246 Wooster Rd. during store hours, Wednesday 9-3 and Thursday – Saturday 9-5, or by appointment.
Applications will also be available for download on the website at
Interested individuals can also request an application by emailing
Applications will be available June 1- June 30, no applications will be accepted after the date.

Affiliate representatives will be hosting Q&A sessions at Touchpointe Marriage & Family Resources 400
S. Gay St., Mount Vernon, June 1 at 9 am, and June 3 at 3:30pm. They will also be hosting virtual Q&A
sessions on June 4th at 1pm, and June 6 at 6pm. Interested individuals are encouraged to check the
affiliate’s Facebook or Instagram pages for links to the virtual sessions. Attendance to a Q&A session is
encouraged but not required to complete an application. For more information about homeownership
or how you can help call the Habitat for Humanity office at (740)-324-5407 or email

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