No. NCC Habitat provides qualifying families the opportunity to purchase affordable homes.
Homes are 3 bedrooms/2 baths, 4 bedrooms/2 baths, or 5 bedroom/2 baths. They range from 1000 to 1350 square feet.
Homeowners pay a zero equivalent interest on their mortgages.
Yes. Our homes are Energy Star homes and are built to withstand 130 mph sustained winds.
NCC Habitat relies on the support of sponsors, donors, and volunteers to help build homes, saving the homebuyer an average of $40,000 in labor and materials.
Corporations, faith-based organizations, foundations, and individuals partner to sponsor homes financially and provide volunteers.
We build 5 to 10 homes annually, including our annual build in Puerto Lempira, Honduras.
Since 1992, NCC Habitat has built more than 98 homes in the cities of Anna, Celina, Blueridge, Farmersville, Frisco, McKinney, Melissa, Princeton, Prosper, Westminster, and Weston. We expect to build our 100th Home in Celina in 2015.
NCC Habitat homes are for first-time homebuyers who meet specific income qualifications and have a need for housing.
Homebuyers are expected to invest between 300 to 500 sweat equity hours in building his/her home and volunteering for others.
Monthly mortgage payments typically average less than $550 and include escrow for taxes and insurance.
NCC Habitat has A Brush With Kindness Program through which we help with exterior renovations of homes in our communities. Homeowners must meet specific income guidelines and be able to pay a manageable amount for the renovation work.
No. The ReStore is open to the public Tuesday – Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Interested applicants must attend a Family Seminar. These are scheduled throughout the year. Applicants must meet certain qualifications and the application process is lengthy (between 3 and 12 months.) All information is kept confidential. Please see Application Process (link) for detailed information about the process.
The ReStore constantly receives items from various sources. Retailers, contractors and individuals donate items. These items are both new (closeouts, store returns, and so on) and previously owned (remodeling projects, gently used, and so on.) The ReStore also purchases some items in bulk, such as cabinet/flooring materials. Some of these items are used to build the new NCC Habitat houses. Purchasing items in bulk helps to lower the cost of the houses and it also allows the public to buy items at reduced prices.
Submit an email address to receive the ReStore Newsletter and to find out about new items. Or volunteer at the ReStore and see items as they arrive.
Contact us to have it removed. You may send the request in writing to our mailing address. Or you may call our office at 972-542-5300.