Construction is nearly complete on our most recent build in Lincoln City. Construction of a four-bedroom home should be complete by the end of 2023, with a five-bedroom home scheduled for completion in the spring of 2024.
Significant funding for this project was made available through the Oregon Housing & Community Services Local Innovation Fast Track (LIFT) program and the City of Lincoln City. Land was generously donated by Lincoln County. Other major funders include Spirit Mountain Community Fund, Lincoln County Board of Realtors & the HOME Foundation, NW Natural, Brad Bettridge & Katy DiNatale, Ron Tierney, and Alison Baker.
Habitat for Humanity homes are not free: income from the sale of homes keep our building program sustainable.
To donate land to HFHLC, or to volunteer on our next home build, please give us a call. There are many ways to volunteer or donate to construction projects. You can donate materials and services, work on a work crew, coordinate refreshments for existing work crews or provide monetary assistance.
HFHLC built four homes in Lincoln City with completion dates in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009. Low-income homeowners are purchasing these homes through 30 year, zero-percent loans.
HFHLC completed construction of two townhomes and sold them to low-income families through 30 year, zero percent loans.
HFHLC completed construction of a single-family home in Siletz in 2011 and sold it to a low-income family through a 30 year, zero percent loan.
HFHLC rehabilitated a single-family home in Siletz in 2015. Volunteer General Contractor John Robinson directed this home build along with many of our veteran volunteers, including Angell Job Corps students. The completed rehab was sold to the Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County homeowner through a 30 year, zero-percent loan.
HFHLC's first projects were two single-family homes in South Beach, completed in 1999. The homes were sold to a low-income families through 30 year, zero-percent loans.
HFHLC constructed two single family homes in Toledo in 2001 and 2003. These homes were sold to low-income families through 20 year, zero-percent loans. Both homeowners made their final payments in early 2021 and now own the homes outright. Another home was completed in Toledo in 2010 and sold to a low-income homeowner through a 30 year, zero-percent loan.
HFHLC completed two single family homes in Waldport in 2013. Volunteer General Contractor Joe Vandehey guided these home builds along with many faithful volunteers, including Angell Job Corp students. These homes were sold to low-income families through a 30 year, zero-percent loan. Please join us in thanking the Bacon, Lundy and Pankey families for selling this property to Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County at a much reduced cost.