Clinton County Habitat for Humanity officials are searching for a family to live in a planned house in mid-Michigan.
Qualifying applicants for the home in Ovid must live in inadequate housing, be considered low income, pay more than 50 percent of their income toward housing and have a satisfactory credit history.
Federal officials are expected to help the CCHH secure a mortgage for the selected family.
Executive Director Sue Carroll tells The Argus-Press of Owosso that the organization is "looking for good families that are looking for a hand up, not a handout." She said the group hopes to select a family by the end of February.
Meetings are planned at 7 p.m. Thursday and 10 a.m. Saturday at the United Church of Ovid.
The application deadline is Jan. 31.