Habitat for Humanity of the Upper Keys (HFHUK) is holding four potential homebuyer informational sessions in September. Monroe County residents and those employed within the county are invited to obtain details on qualifications for a Habitat home, guidance on the homebuyer process, information on the organization and answers to any questions they may have.
The sessions will be held at the Islamorada public library on Tuesday, Sept. 19 at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. The Islamorada Public Library is located at 81830 Overseas Highway.
These sessions are in advance of opening an application window for Habitat’s latest project, “Gardenia Place,” located at 292 Gardenia St. on Plantation Key. The affordable housing project consists of eight three-bedroom, two-bathroom, single-family homes.
“We are very enthusiastic to share this important information with our community,” said Nikki Neves, HFHUK community outreach manager. “This is our second-largest project to date, and we have big goals to continue to develop affordable housing in the Upper Keys.”
Those interested in attending may register by emailing [email protected] Those unable to attend the informational sessions can contact Yiccia Moreno by emailing [email protected] or calling 305-453-0050.