Don't let your past hold you back. With Habitat KC's HOPE Program, you can decrease debt, improve your credit score and find your path to homeownership.

HOPE Housing Counseling

Becoming a homeowner is a complex endeavor for anyone. Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City is here to help.

We’ll help you find your Path to Homeownership

Habitat KC’s HOPE Program helps individuals and families move forward with their dreams of homeownership no matter where they are on their financial path. Through individualized assistance, our financial coaches help identify the barriers keeping participants from homeownership and work with them to create a plan for success that qualifies them to purchase a home through Habitat KC or on the open market. Those enrolled in the program will learn how to earn a healthy credit score, their rights as a consumer, to prepare a budget and ways to pay down debt.

There are no income limitations for the HOPE Program, anyone is welcome to enroll.

Comprehensive Housing Counseling Services

Financial Management and Budget Counseling

Mortgage Delinquency and Default Resolution Counseling

Pre-Purchase Counseling

Financial, Budgeting and Credit Workshops

Rental Housing Counseling and Workshops

Fair Housing Pre-Purchase Education Workshops

Resolving/Preventing Mortgage Delinquency Workshops

Check out our events calendar to see upcoming workshops.

Events Calendar

Let’s start your journey to homeownership.

Please use the form below to sign up for more information about Habitat KC’s HOPE Program. You can also call us at (816) 924-1096 to schedule an appointment with one of our financial coaches and we’ll help you get mortgage ready.

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We are pledged to the letter and spirit of 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, handicap, familial status, or national origin.