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WHITEHALL, Mich. (WZZM) -- Muskegon Habitat For Humanity is seeking a family to help build and live in the organization's 100th home.

The home will be built in Whitehall but the agency is having a difficult time finding a family to partner with so construction can begin.

Habitat families need to have been at their job for more than six months, meet income requirements, and not have too much debt. Besides sweat equity, the family makes monthly mortgage payments over 20 years on an interest-free loan.

Organizers says it's a great opportunity for a mother with children.

"This Mother's Day weekend I hope there is a mother out there hearing this who realizes that her family is ready to step up and strengthen her family through home ownership and build a brighter future for her children in that way," says organizer Jodi Nichols.

Applications can be found at: http://muskegonhabitat.org/