Step 1: Homeownership Education
Thank you for your interest in purchasing one of Habitat's affordable condominiums. Since Habitat's program is unique, we've created a series of helpful videos and resources to help you familiarize yourself with our program requirements.
In order to be knowledgeable and limit errors when applying for Habitat's homeownership program, please take part in homeownership education before applying.
The home buyer education courses and resources on this page:
- Inform interested home buyers on Habitat’s homeownership program and qualifications
- How to develop action steps to qualify for Habitat’s homeownership program
- Next steps on applying to pre-qualify for a Habitat home
Habitat University Homeownership Education Videos
Thanks for reviewing the homeowner education materials on this page.
Wait! Before you submit an application, can you answer yes to the following questions:
Have you lived in Metro Denver for 6 months or more?
Have you been employed for four consecutive months?
Have you checked the income requirement table to make sure you qualify for the program?
If you answered yes to the questions above, then please click the link below to apply.
Don’t Have Access to a Computer or Need Technical Assistance?
Habitat Metro Denver realizes that everyone does not have access to a computer or doesn't feel comfortable completing an online application without assistance. Therefore, we are offering easy access to technology as well as one-on-one technical assistance in our new computer lab.
Computer Lab Location: Habitat Denver Office, 3245 Eliot St., Denver, CO, 80211
Computer Lab Hours: Tuesdays and Thursday from 10-4pm
You must have an appointment to use the lab. If you are interested in using the computer lab, please click the link below to schedule an appointment.
Have a technical question?
Call the Technical Support Hotline 303.534.3616
Do you have any questions? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are pledged to the letter and spirit of the U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, handicap, familial status, or national origin.