Homebuyers

Read the great article in The Garden Island newspaper about the achievements made by our current 17 partner families during Homeownership Month in June! These new homebuyers spent the month of June working hard in all phases of construction in order to achieve the dream of homeownership. The 17 homes in this phase of the 'Ele'ele Iluna subdivision are expected...

Our goal at Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity is to help those in need of a safe, decent and affordable house achieve the dream of homeownership. To achieve this goal it is imperative that we inform and educate not only on the need for affordable housing on island, but also on the process of attaining it. The need for affordable homes...

We are currently in the process of seeking "Very Low Income" applicants to fill the remaining lots in Phase II-A of the ‘Ele‘ele Iluna subdivision. Those interested in applying to the Habitat self-help homebuyer program which uses USDA Rural Development funding, must be considered "USDA very low income" as shown in the chart below and meet other program requirements. Informational meetings...

Here are just a few reasons why We Build! Homeownership can help break the cycle of poverty by allowing families to accumulate wealth through home equity; for low-income families, housing wealth often equals total wealth Higher rates of homeownership correspond with increased household and neighborhood stability and a reduction in violent crime in a neighborhood Compared to renters, children of...

Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity is proud to announce the dedication of it's 116th home on Kaua‘i. The home dedication was held on November 25th, 2014 in Anahola and the keys were passed to the very deserving Loketi family. Friends and family gathered at the new home to celebrate the accomplishment of the family as well as recognize all the many...