Persistence paid off for Delvin Duckett and her two girls. The family helped raise the walls for their new home last week, a six-year dream.
North Collin County Habitat for Humanity homeownership requires a partnership with each family, which includes sweat equity, a monthly mortgage payment and a good credit score. It has taken Delvin six years to attain her acceptable credit score, which helped qualify her for a new home.
The mother of two is employed by Holy Family School and has been a McKinney resident since 1999. Her desire to own a home is an opportunity for her to provide stability for her daughters, who are excited to have their own bedrooms.
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Delvin has earned 300 sweat equity hours in pursuit of her home by working on other Habitat homes under construction, in the Habitat office and the ReStore. The home is located on Standifer in McKinney and is expected to be completed in early spring.
Sponsors for the Duckett home include: High Pointe Church of Christ, Simpson Strong-Tie, St. Gabriel the Archangel Catholic Community, Trinity Presbyterian Church of McKinney, North Collin Habitat for Humanity Carpenters Club members and the Habitat ReStore.
The home is the 85th constructed by NCC-Habitat in its mission to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope. For more information about volunteering or potential home ownership, please call 972-542-5300 or visit our office at 2060 Couch Dr., McKinney Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. Find out more at ncc-habitat.com.