[2/2/17] Tonight Is First Of Two Habitat Meetings For Prospective Homeowners

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Chelan Valley Habitat for Humanity is holding a pair of mandatory orientation meetings starting this week for families who are interested in owning an affordable home.

The first meeting will be Thursday, February 2nd at 7pm at the Manson Grange. The second meeting will be Sunday, February 12th at 7pm at the Chelan Fire Station.

Mark Reimers (rye-mers), Executive Director for Chelan Valley Habitat for Humanity, says the meetings are standard procedure in choosing families for Habitat homes- but this time, he says, there will be a twist that will double your chances…

011317 Habitat Meetings 1 :35 “…like to see happen.”

Reimers says payments for the habitat homes are typically $700 – $900 per month- but stresses –families are actually buying the home…

011317 Habitat Meetings 2 :23 “….is in that price.”

Reimers adds that there are three main criteria considered when selecting families for the Habitat for Humanity houses…

011317 Habitat Meetings 3 :58 “..going to get the house.”

The Habitat organization, Reimers says, relies heavily on donations of varying degrees…

011317 Habitat Meetings 4 :17 “…the difference right there.”

Again, those Habitat for Humanity Orientation meetings will be held Thursday, February 2nd at the Manson Grange and Sunday, February 12th at the Chelan Fire Station– both of those meetings will be held at 7PM- and you must attend one of them in order to apply and be considered for one of the two homes set to be built in 2017.