1 person min $22,400 max $31,400
2 person min $22,400 max $35,900
3 person min $22,400 max $40,400
4 person min $22,400 max $44,800
5 person min $24,200 max $48,400
6 person min $26,000 max $52,000
7 person min $27,800 max $55,600
8 person min $29,600 max $59,200
Brian Stafford Plumbing
City of Mount Vernon
First Congregational Church of Mount Vernon
Hoestettler Metal and Truss
Knox County Commissioners Office
Knox County Chapter of Retired Teachers
We are pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, national origin, age, marital status, or sources of income.
The ultimate goal of Habitat for Humanity is to eliminate poverty housing and homeless from the face of the earth by building adequate, basic housing. Furthermore, all of our words and actions are for the ultimate purpose of putting shelter on the hearts and minds of people in such a powerful way that poverty housing and homelessness become socially, politically, and religiously unacceptable in our nation and world.
Dream of owning your own home? Help build a home of your own - apply today to become a Habitat for Humanity of Knox County Partner Family.
Families are selected on a variety of factors, including need, income, and willingness to participate as a partner with Habitat. The family Selection Committee reviews applications and makes recommendations to the Board for approval. Income must be sufficient to make timely, low, monthly, no interest mortgage payments, but not such that they could acquire a loan through conventional financing.
Requirements for Habitat for Humanity homeownership:
Habitat is not a "giveaway" program. Partner Families repay a 30 year, no-interest, mortgage which covers land and building costs. Most labor is done by volunteers. Mortgage payments are "re-cycled" to help build more houses, but are not enough to fund the entire program. Habitat raises additional money with various events and annual community fund raising drives (Habitat is not a United Way Agency). The support of individuals, churches, businesses, and other organizations has been crucial in the success of our mission. For the past several years, Habitat has received grants from the Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP), which have partially funded several houses.
Requirements for Habitat for Humanity Financing a Home:
a. Bankruptcy fully discharged for one year
b. No court ordered debt
Applications may be downloaded and printed out from the link below or picked up from our office . (Please call (740) 393-1434 to confirm office hours.)
Applications can be mailed in or faxed to (740) 393-1157
To complete an application, you will need to know the following information:
We do not provide emergency housing. The entire process for a Habitat home, should an applicant be approved, can take anywhere from 12 to 24 months to complete.
Click on the link below to download application (PDF)
When the file opens, right click on it and select "Save As..." from the drop down menu and save the PDF file to your computer. Print the application, fill it out COMPLETELY, and then mail it or bring it to our office (see our contact page for our mailing/office address).
Please review the Apply for a Home document to ensure you meet our guidelines before submitting this form to HFHKC. Please note that this Interest Form is NOT an application for a Habitat home, but provides us with your contact information so that we can notify you when we have our Home Interest Meeting at which time you will receive an application.
200 North Main Street, Mt Vernon, OH, United States
Mt Vernon, Ohio
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Lapp Heating and Cooling
Mount Vernon Community Foundation
Ohio Cumberland Gas Company
Owl Creek Title Agency
2017-18 Income Guidelines for Knox County Ohio
(2016-2017 Median Income $48,619)
Family Size Low Income 30% of Median Low Income 50% of Median