Habitat for Humanity to host public information session for upcoming homeownership opportunity

Habitat for Humanity Red Deer has an existing home coming available in Lacombe

Habitat for Humanity Red Deer has an existing home coming available in Lacombe.

We will be hosting an Information Session for local residents interested in learning about our affordable homeownership program and how to apply to become homeowners. Families who are residents of Lacombe, Blackfalds, Red Deer and area are encouraged to attend this session to learn the details of the upcoming opportunity and submit an application.

This one-hour session will cover all aspects of eligibility, mortgages with Habitat, and the steps to become a Habitat homeowner. The event is open to the public and kids are welcome.

Pre-registration is not required.

Information Session date: Tuesday, November 6th

Location:Lacombe Memorial Centre (North County Room)

Time: 7:00 p.m.

For more information, contact Janelle Duffin at 403-309-6080 ext. 101 or janelle.duffin@habitatreddeer.ca.

-Submitted by Habitat for Humanity Red Deer

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