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At Operation Lifeline Inc., we are committed to empowering individuals with the keys to stable and secure futures. Our Homeownership Program is specifically designed to make the dream of owning a home a reality for those who may have never had the opportunity otherwise.

Introducing Lifeline Landing

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Lifeline Landing is our pioneering effort, dedicated to crafting a close-knit community of affordable homes, side by side. Our vision is set on a 2-acre plot of previously neglected land in the heart of Green Cove Springs, nestled within the picturesque Clay County.

Our intent is simple yet profound: to construct a vibrant 6-home subdivision, where homeownership dreams become a reality.

Lifeline Landing isn't just about bricks and mortar; it's about building a community, a support system, and a brighter future.



Here's what makes it unique:

  1. Affordable Living: We leverage a range of financial programs to ensure that families and individuals can purchase homes without the heavy financial burden.

  2. Community Connection: Our vision is not just to provide homes but to foster a sense of belonging and camaraderie among our homeowners.

  3. Green Cove Springs: A charming location in Clay County, known for its serene beauty and welcoming atmosphere, provides the perfect backdrop for Lifeline Landing.

Your New Beginning Awaits

Lifeline Landing is more than just a housing project; it's a chance for veterans to establish roots, create lasting memories, and enjoy the benefits of homeownership. Join us in this remarkable journey toward a brighter future.

Basic Program Requirements

To become a part of the Lifeline Landing community, applicants must meet the basic requirements of a USDA Section 502 Direct Loan, which include:

  1. Qualify as a first-time homebuyer (never owned a home before OR have not owned property in the last three years)

  2. Have an annual household income at or below 80% of the Area Median Income

  3. Have good or repairable credit 

  4. Be willing to work a minimum of 600 hours to build your new home


Check to see if you qualify for the USDA Single Family Housing Program (Click here to take the self-assessment) make sure to select “Build A Single Family Home” under “Select an Assessment”


Explore Our Vision

Learn more about Lifeline Landing, our partners, and how you can get involved. Together, we're shaping a community where veterans thrive and dreams take flight.

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