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ESCONDIDO, Calif. — Ten affordable homes in Escondido from the San Diego Habitat for Humanity will become available to qualified buyers, the housing provider announced Wednesday.

Located on El Norte Parkway, the 1,250 square foot duplex-style homes features three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and attached garages, spokesperson Ellen Immergut stated in a release. The homes will be sold at affordable price not greater than 30% of the buyer’s household income.

“Many hardworking families in San Diego County are living paycheck to paycheck in substandard and overcrowded housing. San Diego Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that everyone in our region should have a safe, healthy home they can afford,” Immergut said.

How to qualify:

  • have a demonstrated need for improved housing
  • be willing to partner with Habitat to build your own home
  • be able to pay an affordable mortgage
  • currently reside in San Diego County 

Those interested can submit their contact information to receive information about how to register for a virtual orientation about the San Diego Habitat for Humanity, homeownership program requirements and how to apply. Interested parties can view the orientation between July 25 and July 31.