A Habitat Home

Building Homes, Building Hope, Changing Lives. Volunteers and our Habitat partner family spend weekends driving nails and raising walls, as the dream of home ownership becomes a reality. Habitat constructs the home in Nodaway County with volunteers, donated materials and financial contributions from the community and then the home is sold to the family with a zero-interest mortgage. Check out the information below to find out more about our homes and Habitat home ownership; and be sure to check out the gallery of previous homes.

Becoming a Homeowner

Though Habitat does not give away homes, our families save thousands of dollars because Habitat does not charge interest on the loan and because the home is built through the sweat equity of the family and donated hours of hundreds of volunteers. This section describes income and other guidelines for becoming a Habitat partner family.

Becoming a Homeowner

Home Features

Nodaway Habitat homes are safe, decent, affordable housing for our partner family. Built to the needs of the family, they are at least a three-bedroom home with all new appliances and energy efficient components.

Home Features

Current Home in Progress

View the progress of our current home as construction occurs. The calendar will guide you through our current schedule.

Current Home in Progress

Completed Homes

As Habitat works on constructing its seventh home in Nodaway County (and second home in Skidmore), take a moment to view our previously completed sites homes now occupied by Habitat partner families, many of whom thought they could never own their own home.

Completed Homes