Two 3-bedroom homes will be available by lottery for qualifying applicants. (HYANNIS, MA) – Housing Assistance Corporation invites potential homeowners to a Virtual Info Session for two income-restricted homes in Falmouth Heights, Falmouth, on Thursday, August 24, at 6:30 p.m. Interested homebuyers can register for the session, which will be held on Zoom, at: www.haconcapecod.org/lotteries. These two newly constructed homes represent the final phase on Kendall Lane in Falmouth Heights. The stunning brand-new homes offer 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with a first-floor primary bedroom. Housing Assistance Corporation is overseeing the lottery, which is targeted as workforce housing for families. The homes will be sold for $243,000 to an eligible applicant whose income does not exceed 80% of Area Median Income (AMI). Income and asset restrictions apply. AMI is as follows: 1-person: $64,450, 2-persons: $73,650, 3-persons: $82,850, 4-persons: $92,050, 5-persons: $99,450, 6-persons: $106,800. Household assets must be no more than $75,000. Applications for the lottery can be found online at www.haconcapecod.org/lotteries. Printed copies are available at the Falmouth Public Libraries, Falmouth Town Hall, and Housing Assistance Corporation’s Office. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, October 3, at 5 p.m. The lottery drawing will be held within 30 days of the application deadline. The Info Session will cover information about the homes and the lottery application process. For more information, visit haconcapecod.org/lotteries or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. About Housing Assistance Housing Assistance has provided a spectrum of services to help our homeless and vulnerable neighbors secure a safe, stable place to call home since 1974. These programs and services include homeless outreach, family shelters, rental vouchers, affordable housing development, energy efficiency programs, and first-time homebuyer support. Housing Assistance also works to address the root causes of housing instability – lack of inventory and lack of affordability – that affect almost all income levels in our region. To learn more, visit www.haconcapecod.org.