Are you a Veteran looking for affordable home ownership?

Two Veteran Families Needed

Roger Hall Memorial Build - 2 Family Veterans Home

Paxton Terrace - Nashua, NH 2020

*Homeowner Information Session Video

HOMEOWNER INFO SESSION VIDEO – We are looking for 2 Veteran Families who will qualify and partner with GNHFH for our new build project, Roger Hall Memorial Build located in Nashua, NH. Families interested in applying for the Veteran Build located in Nashua, NH, may watch the pre-recorded 30-minute video below to learn all about the Greater Nashua Habitat for Humanity Homeowner partnership program, the process, what to expect and how to apply. 

APPLICATIONS will be accepted July 15th to the August 15th Deadline.

Please read eligibility guidelines and income limits below. Receive the APPLICATION by clicking this link to open, download and print.

For more information or any questions please email:

Eligibility Guidelines

  1. Current military or honorably discharged
  2. Must have need for housing
  3. Must not have owned property in last 3 years
  4. Must be willing to partner with GNHFH in the form of sweat equity
  5. Must accept homeownership responsibilities
  6. Must live or work in GNHFH service area

Income Guidelines

Family SizeMinimum ($/yr)Maximum ($/yr)


GNHFH Homeownership Applications

Homeownership applications can be picked up at the GNHFH office at 10 Clinton Dr Hollis NH 03049 or can be downloaded for local printing by clicking here or on the Blue Application Button located below.

Only complete hardcopy application packets will be accepted.  Electronic application submissions are not available.  Please be sure to keep the application packet pages in the correct order,  

Applications submissions will only be accepted  

 July 15, 2020 thru Aug 15, 2020

Submit applications via US Mail or hand deliver to: 


10 Clinton Dr 

Hollis NH 03049

Emergency Housing

Greater Nashua Habitat for Humanity does not have the ability to provide emergency housing.  For people looking for emergency housing assistance, please call the coordinated access number at 1-844-800-9911.