Building hope for tomorrow

Affordable new single-family homes in Immokalee

Two Floorplans

  • Homeowners have a choice of two layouts
  • Selling prices in the low $200s
  • Affordable, no-interest mortgages
  • Three and four-bedroom options
  • Two bathrooms
  • Homes are approximately 1,150 square feet

Serving the Need

Our 62-home development at Esperanza is part of a joint effort between Habitat Collier, Rural Neighborhoods, The Immokalee Fair Housing Alliance, and the Shelter for Abused Women and Children to serve a community need. The 30 acre Planned Unit Development offers rental apartments through Rural Neighborhoods and important services for victims of domestic violence through The Shelter in addition to the homeownership opportunities available through partnerships with Habitat Collier.

Located near downtown, the site is easily accessible to workplaces, shopping, schools, and other community amenities.

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Designed for Happiness

  • 62 single-family homes when completed
  • Convenient to shopping, workplaces, and other amenities
  • Large front and back yards
  • Homeowners Association

Frequently Asked Questions

When will construction be complete?

Construction for Esperanza is scheduled to wrap up by the end of summer 2022. Weather, permitting, and other factors may affect the actual timeline. 

Do families receive their homes for free?

No. All Habitat homeowners undergo a rigorous approval process and must contribute 500 hours of sweat equity helping to build their homes and the homes of their neighbors. They attend homeownership and budgeting classes and make a downpayment and their first year’s insurance payment before closing. They sign a no-interest mortgage and make affordable monthly payments to purchase their homes over an average term of about 20 years.

Does having Habitat families in my school district negatively affect school ratings?

Absolutely not! In fact, school grades in the area have increased since Habitat began building homes in the area.

Will the additional homes have a negative impact on existing water and sewer infrastructure?

No. Habitat Collier is actually investing to improve infrastructure, which will benefit the community as a whole.