Putting

 homeownership 

within reach.

The RiseUp Fund is a nonprofit organization, created by Houwzer, which provides a path to homeownership for underserved communities.

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Who do we help?

The people who actually need it.
Specifically, the 
ALICE segment as defined by the United Way.

Asset Limited

Income Constrained

Employed

ALICE has no safety net in times of crisis

ALICE's income falls short of essentials

ALICE's is working, yet not earning enough

For every home we help our clients buy or sell, Houwzer will donate $100 to the RiseUp Fund.

$100  / 100%

100% of those funds will go directly to the families selected into our program.

We'll use Houwzer's resources to:

  • Acquire and develop homes in appreciating communities
  • Deliver turnkey homes with built-in equity to ALICE families
  • Secure permanent financing for the new owners of the home affordable homes.

Why?

We see homeownership as the missing link in the chain for both wealth and opportunity creation. 

Homeownership has always been the clearest path to wealth in America, but there's never been equal rights or access. By leveling the playing field, we can support upward mobility for many families who have been left behind.

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Putting

homeownership

within reach.

The RiseUp Fund is a nonprofit organization, created by Houwzer, which provides a path to homeownership for underserved communities.

Our mission is to 

accelerate 

generational 

wealth of the underserved through 

homeownership.

For every home we help our clients buy or sell, Houwzer will donate $100 to the RiseUp Fund.

$100

100% of those funds will go directly to the families selected into our program.

100%

Who do we help?

The people who actually need it.
Specifically, the 
ALICE segment as defined by the United Way.

Asset Limited

Income Constrained

Employed

ALICE has no safety net in times of crisis

ALICE's income falls short of essentials

ALICE's is working, yet not earning enough

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We're taking applicants!

If you make an annual income between the amounts below, you may qualify for our program. 












Please apply if you'd like to be considered as a candidate for our program, which consists of closing cost and down payment assistance in addition to a newly rehabbed home at an affordable price via an affordable mortgage through Houwzer Mortgage. Applicants must show proof of completion of a credentialed financial literacy course.

Apply

We're taking applicants!

If you make an annual income between the amounts below, you may qualify for our program. 












Please apply if you'd like to be considered as a candidate for our program, which consists of closing cost and down payment assistance in addition to a newly rehabbed home at an affordable price via an affordable mortgage through Houwzer Mortgage. Applicants must show proof of completion of a credentialed financial literacy course.

Income Limit

$19,850 – $52,950

$22,700 – $60,500

$25,550 – $68,050

$28,350 – $75,600

$31,040 – $81,650

$35,580 – $87,700

$40,120 – $93,750

$44,660 – $99,800

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Income Limit

$19,850 – $52,950

$22,700 – $60,500

$25,550 – $68,050

$28,350 – $75,600

$31,040 – $81,650

$35,580 – $87,700

$40,120 – $93,750

$44,660 – $99,800

# of People in Family

1

2

3

4

5

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