• Midland Habitat for Humanity is a Christian based non-profit organization that builds homes for low-income families trapped in substandard housing.

 

  • Midland Habitat for Humanity was established in 1991. Since that time, Midland Habitat has built 152 homes with 3 more currently under construction. 

 

  • In  2018, Habitat Dedicated a home on N Lauderdale in Odessa. Currently, Habitat expands into Ector County where there are already 5 existing Habitat homes.

 

  • In 2018, Habitat continues to grow the Cloverdale Project.  On October 25 2018, the 153rd Home Dedication took place!

 

  • Habitat homes are kept affordable by using volunteer labor from the community and potential homeowners.

 

  • Each new homeowner must work 350 sweat equity hours, helping build someone else's home and eventually his/her own.

 

  • Homeowners make house payments to Habitat with a 0% interest, 25-year mortgage. These house payments go into a fund to build more homes.

 

  • With the support of the community, more than 700 people now have decent affordable housing through Midland Habitat for Humanity.

 

  • The latest studies show that children living in owned housing, as opposed to rented housing, score 9 points higher in math and 7 points higher in reading. The study also showed a 25% increase in high school graduation.

 

  • Midland Habitat is currently building in the Cloverdale Road development. This development was made possible through a capital campaign to fund the infrastructure and has resulted in 6 new streets and 54 residential lots.

 

 

 

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