Habitat for Humanity provides a unique opportunity for hardworking families to help build and buy their own homes. We work with Washington State Housing Finance Commission approved lenders to provide our homebuyers with an affordable mortgage. If the homebuyer cannot secure a mortgage for the full price of the home, Habitat for Humanity provides financing for the remaining amount.
Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King & Kittitas Counties does not discriminate because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, sexual orientation, age, gender identity, or national origin.
If you are an applicant with a disability and need accommodations to access any of our services, please contact the Homeowner Services Department
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Family Selection Criteria
Habitat for Humanity of Seattle-King & Kittitas Counties believes and insists on nondiscriminatory family selection criteria for all homeowner applicants.
Meet Habitat Homeowners
Habitat has housed hundreds of families over our 30 year history in Seattle–King & Kittitas Counties. Read some of our homeowner stories and see pictures of completed homes around the area.
- The Joy of Fresh Paint and a Little HelpDan Autry has lived self-sufficiently in his Kittitas home for more than 26 years. He’s a retired Vietnam veteran, and when his manufactured home needed work, he welcomed in Kittitas County Habitat for Humanity volunteers. Dan takes pride in his home, and it needed a new paint job that didn’t fit his budget. “Those volunteers… Read more: The Joy of Fresh Paint and a Little Help
- Habitat Repairs Keep a Hub of Comfort GoingIvory Haywood embarked on a big adventure in 1972 when she followed her older brother to Seattle from rural Mississippi. He came here to join a pro basketball team and Ivory came in search of opportunity for herself. She’s still living in South Seattle and raising her twin granddaughters in the home she purchased in… Read more: Habitat Repairs Keep a Hub of Comfort Going
- Car Donation Pays Off for Habitat and for DonorsMost of us remember our first car. For Sudhanshu Kumar, his first car meant independence in his new country. “When I moved to the States, before I learned how to drive or owned this car, I had to rely on others to move around,” he said. Once he earned his license and his Hyundai Tiburon,… Read more: Car Donation Pays Off for Habitat and for Donors