South Bend Heritage has the right home for you. We offer both renovated historic homes and new construction homes for sale. We specialize in housing in both the Near Westside Neighborhood and the Northeast Neighborhood in South Bend. We also offer many affordable housing opportunities.
In order to purchase any home for sale a potential homeowner must complete the Homeownership Application & the Homeownership Education class. All homes and lot sales are subject to income eligibility see below for Income Guidelines for all of our homeownership opportunities.
If you are interested in becoming a new homeowner we encourage you to contact our Director of Home Ownership, Stephanie Ball at 574-289-1066 ext. 204 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
As part of our mission our goal is to make homeownership affordable. We work with several different homeownership programs that allow us to offer beautiful renovated and newly constructed homes to low to moderate income individuals and families. Listed below are the income guidelines associated with each homeownership opportunity. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you might have regarding eligibility for our programs. Guidelines are subject to change per HUD criteria.
Applies to the following homes: 115 Garfield Court, Triangle Development Lots, some Lots on Hill Street, All SBH renovated and new homes.
|Household Size||Combined income no more than 80% of Median Income|
Example: A family of 4 could not earn more than $45,700 annually to be eligible to purchase homes in this program.
Applies to the following homes: Some Lots on Hill Street
|Household Size||Combined income no more than 120% of Median Income|
Example: A family of 4 could not earn more than $66,600 annually to be eligible to purchase new construction homes on Hill Street.
Our Homeownership Program is supported in part with the assistance of the City of South Bend Community Development Program through funds made available by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1977.