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990

I As Filed Data - I

DLN: 934931340878451
OMB No 1545-0047

Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax

Form

2013

Under section 501 (c), 527, or 4947 ( a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code ( except private foundations) Do not enter Social Security numbers on this form as it may be made public By law, the IRS generally cannot redact the information on the form
- Information about Form 990 and its instructions is at www.IRS.gov/form990

Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service

For the 2013 calendar year, or tax year beginning 01 -01-2014

, 2013, and ending 06-30-2014

C Name of organization
DALLAS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INC

B Check if applicable

D Employer identification number

F Address change

75-2097161
Doing Business As

Name change fl Initial return

Number and street (or P 0 box if mail is not delivered to street address) Room/suite
2800 N HAMPTON ROAD

F_ Terminated

E Telephone number
(214)678-2300

( - Amended return

City or town, state or province, country, and ZIP or foreign postal code
DALLAS, TX 75212

1 Application pending

G Gross receipts $ 8,654,839

F Name and address of principal officer
WILLIAM D HALL CEO
2800 N HAMPTON ROAD
DALLAS,TX 75212

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Tax-exempt status

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H(a) Is this a group return for subordinates? H(b) Are all subordinates included? Website :- WWW DALLAS-HABITAT ORG

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F 501(c)(3)

501(c) (

) I (insert no

(- 4947(a)(1) or

F_ 527

No

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1 Yes (- No

If "No," attach a list (see instructions)

H(c)

K Form of organization F Corporation 1 Trust F_ Association (- Other 0-

Groupexemptionnumber -

L Year of formation

1986

M State of legal domicile TX

Summary
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Briefly describe the organization's mission or most significant activities
CONSTRUCTION OF QUALITY, AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN THE DALLAS AREA

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Check this box Of- if the organization discontinued its operations or disposed of more than 25% of its net assets

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Number of voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line la)

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N umber of independent voting members of the governing body (Part VI, line 1 b)

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5 Total number of individuals employed in calendar year 2013 (Part V, line 2a)

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7aTotal unrelated business revenue from Part VIII, column (C), line 12 b Net unrelated business taxable income from Form 990-T, line 34

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6 Total number of volunteers (estimate if necessary)

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Prior Year

Current Year

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Contributions and grants (Part VIII, line 1h)

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21,753,573

4,108,266

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Program service revenue (Part VIII, line 2g)

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18,111,509

1,840,416

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Investment income (Part VIII, column (A), lines 3, 4, and 7d

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3,652,539

724,325

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Other revenue (Part VIII, column (A), lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9c, 10c, and 11e)

690,641

692,533

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Total revenue-add lines 8 through 11 (must equal Part VIII, column (A), line
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44,208,262

7,365,540

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303,069

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35,337,492

5,525,639

40,338,226

8,150,093

3,870,036

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Grants and similar amounts paid (Part IX, column (A), lines 1-3)

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Benefits paid to or for members (Part IX, column (A), line 4)

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Salaries, other compensation, employee benefits (Part IX, column (A), lines
5-10)

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Professional fundraising fees (Part IX, column (A), line 11e)
Total fundraising expenses (Part IX, column (D), line 25) 0-612,181

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Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines h1a-11d, 11f-24e)

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Total expenses Add lines 13-17 (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25)

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Revenue less expenses Subtract line 18 from line 12

Beginning of Current
Year
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Total assets (Part X, line 16)

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Total liabilities (Part X, line 26)

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Net assets or fund balances Subtract line 21 from line 20

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Signature Block

Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this return, includin my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete Declaration of preps preparer has any knowledge

Sign
Here

Signature of officer
WILLIAM D HALL CEO
Type or print name and title
Print/Type preparer's name
Jacqueline Coburn

Paid

Pre pare r
Use Only

Firm's name

1- CROWE HORWATH LLP

Firm's address

Preparers signature

0- 750 N ST P AUL
SUITE 850
DALLAS, TX 75201

May the IRS discuss this return with the preparer shown above? (see instructs
For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the separate instructions.

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59,216,092

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End of Year

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63,806,499

28,108,412

33,174,912

31,107,680

30,631,587

Form 990 ( 2013)

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Statement of Program Service Accomplishments
Check if Schedule 0 contains a response or note to any line in this Part III
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Briefly describe the organization 's mission

DALLAS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, INC IS A NONDENOMINATIONAL CHRISTIAN NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION WHOSE
PURPOSE IS TO SPONSOR SPECIFIC PROJECTS IN HABITAT DEVELOPMENT FOR THE DALLAS, TEXAS AREA MODEST BUT
ADEQUATE HOUSING, NEW OR REHABILITATED, IS SOLD TO LOW-INCOME FAMILIES UTILIZING NON-INTEREST BEARING
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Did the organization undertake any significant program services during the year which were not listed on the prior Form 990 or 990-EZ? .
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Describe the organization 's program service accomplishments for each of its three largest program services, as measured by expenses Section 501(c)(3) and 501 (c)(4) organizations are required to report the amount of grants and allocations to others, the total expenses , and revenue, if any, for each program service reported
(Code

) ( Expenses $

6,653,494

including grants of $

303,069 ) ( Revenue $

1,848,088

AS YOUR COMMUNITY PARTNER, DALLAS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY ENGAGES CIVIC LEADERS, LOCAL BUSINESSES, FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS, DONORS,
VOLUNTEERS AND HARDWORKING FAMILIES READY TO INVEST IN A BETTER FUTURE TO TRANSFORM OUR CITY WE SEE A DALLAS WHERE EVERY NEIGHBORHOOD
IS PROUD AND WE ARE PROUD OF EVERY NEIGHBORHOOD OUR VISION REVITALIZES COMMUNITIES THROUGH EMPOWERING OPPORTUNITIES FOR AFFORDABLE
HOMEOWNERSHIP-BUILDING HOPE THAT STRENGTHENS LOCAL ECONOMIES, STABILIZES STRUGGLING EMPLOYED FAMILIES, IMPROVES EDUCATION, AND REDUCES
CRIME WHILE WE CONTINUE TO MAKE STRATEGIC COLLABORATIONS AND LOOK AT HOMEOWNERSHIP DIFFERENTLY, OUR COMPREHENSIVE MODEL OF BUILDING
NEW HOMES, FINANCIAL EDUCATION, AND PROVIDING CRITICAL REPAIRS BUILDS A FOUNDATION FOR MIXED INCOME NEIGHBORHOODS WHERE FAMILIES AND
OUR CITY WILL THRIVE

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including grants of $

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including grants of $

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Other program services ( Describe in Schedule 0
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including grants of $

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6,653,494
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Form 990 (2013)

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Checklist of Required Schedules
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Is the organization described in section 501(c)(3) or4947(a)(1) (other than a private foundation)? If "Yes," complete Schedule As .
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Is the organization required to complete Schedule B, Schedule of Contributors (see instructions)?

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Did the organization engage in direct or indirect political campaign activities on behalf of or in opposition to candidates for public office? If "Yes,"complete Schedule C, Part I .
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Section 501 ( c)(3) organizations . Did the organization engage in lobbying activities, or have a section 501(h) election in effect during the tax year? If "Yes,"complete Schedule C, Part II .
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Is the organization a section 501 (c)(4), 501 (c)(5), or 501(c)(6) organization that receives membership dues, assessments, or similar amounts as defined in Revenue Procedure 98-19? If "Yes," complete Schedule C,
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Did the organization maintain any donor advised funds or any similar funds or accounts for which donors have the right to provide advice on the distribution or investment of amounts in such funds or accounts? If "Yes," complete
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Did the organization receive or hold a conservation easement, including easements to preserve open space,
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Did the organization maintain collections of works of art, historical treasures, or other similar assets? If "Yes," complete Schedule D, Part III .
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Did the organization report an amount in Part X, line 21 for escrow or custodial account liability, serve as a custodian for amounts not listed in Part X, or provide credit counseling, debt management, credit repair, or debt negotiation services? If "Yes," complete Schedule D, Part IV .
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If the organization's answer to any of the following questions is "Yes," then complete Schedule D, Parts VI, VII,
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Did the organization report an amount for land, buildings, and equipment in Part X, line 10?
If "Yes," complete Schedule D, Part VI.
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Did the organization report an amount for other assets in Part X, line 15 that is 5% or more of its total assets
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Is the organization a school described in section 170(b)(1)(A)(ii)? If "Yes," completeScheduleE

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Did the organization maintain an office, employees, or agents outside of the United States?

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Did the organization have aggregate revenues or expenses of more than $10,000 from grantmaking, fundraising, business, investment, and program service activities outside the United States, or aggregate foreign investments
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Did the organization report on Part IX, column (A), line 3, more than $5,000 of aggregate grants or other assistance to or for foreign individuals? If "Yes," complete Schedule F, Parts III and IV .
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Did the organization report a total of more than $15,000 of expenses for professional fundraising services on Part
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Checklist of Required Schedules (continued)
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Did the organization answer "Yes " to Part VII, Section A, line 3, 4, or 5 about compensation of the organization's current and former officers , directors , trustees , key employees , and highest compensated employees? If "Yes," complete Schedule J .
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Did the organization maintain an escrow account other than a refunding escrow at any time during the year to defease any tax-exempt bonds? .

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on behalf of issuer for bonds outstanding at any time during the year?

Section 501(c )( 3) and 501 ( c)(4) organizations . Did the organization engage in an excess benefit transaction with a disqualified person during the year? If "Yes," complete Schedu le L, Part I .
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Is the organization aware that it engaged in an excess benefit transaction with a disqualified person in a prior year, and that the transaction has not been reported on any of the organization's prior Forms 990 or 990-EZ? If
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Did the organization report any amount on Part X, line 5 , 6, or 22 for receivables from or payables to any current or former officers, directors , trustees , key employees , highest compensated employees , or disqualified persons?
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Did the organization provide a grant or other assistance to an officer, director, trustee , key employee, substantial contributor or employee thereof, a grant selection committee member, or to a 35 % controlled entity or family member of any of these persons? If "Yes," complete Schedule L, Part III .
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A n entity of which a current or former officer, director, trustee, or key employee ( or a family member thereof) was an officer, director , trustee, or direct or indirect owner? If "Yes ," complete Schedule L, Part IV .
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Did the organization liquidate, terminate , or dissolve and cease operations? If "Yes," complete Schedule N,
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Did the organization sell, exchange , dispose of, or transfer more than 25% of its net assets? If "Yes, " complete
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Did the organization own 100% of an entity disregarded as separate from the organization under Regulations sections 301 7701-2 and 301 7701-3? If "Yes," complete Schedule R, PartI .
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Section 501(c )( 3) organizations . Did the organization make any transfers to an exempt non-charitable related organization? If "Yes,"complete Schedule R, Part V, line 2 .
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Did the organization conduct more than 5 % of its activities through an entity that is not a related organization and that is treated as a partnership for federal income tax purposes? If "Yes," complete Schedule R, Part VI

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Did the organization complete Schedule 0 and provide explanations in Schedule 0 for Part VI, lines 1 lb and 19?
Note . All Form 990 filers are required to complete Schedule 0
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Regarding Other IRS Filings and Tax Compliance
MEW - Statements
Check if Schedule 0 contains a res p onse or note to an y line in this Part V

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la Enter the number reported in Box 3 of Form 1096 Enter -0- if not applicable

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2a Enter the number of employees reported on Form W-3, Transmittal of Wage and
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If at least one is reported on line 2a, did the organization file all required federal employment tax returns?
Note . If the sum of lines la and 2a is greater than 250 , you may be required to e-file (see instructions)

3a Did the organization have unrelated business gross income of $1,000 or more during the year? b 1c

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4a At any time during the calendar year, did the organization have an interest in, or a signature or other authority over, a financial account in a foreign country (such as a bank account, securities account, or other financial account)? .
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If "Yes," enter the name of the foreign country 0See instructions for filing requirements for Form TD F 90-22 1, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts

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If "Yes," to line 5a or 5b, did the organization file Form 8886-T?
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6a Does the organization have annual gross receipts that are normally greater than $100,000, and did the organization solicit any contributions that were not tax deductible as charitable contributions? .
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If "Yes," did the organization include with every solicitation an express statement that such contributions or gifts were not tax deductible? .

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Organizations that may receive deductible contributions under section 170(c).

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If "Yes," did the organization notify the donor of the value of the goods or services provided?

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Did the organization sell, exchange, or otherwise dispose of tangible personal property for which it was required to file Form 8282? .

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If "Yes," indicate the number of Forms 8282 filed during the year

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Did the organization receive any funds, directly or indirectly, to pay premiums on a personal benefit contract? .
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If the organization received a contribution of qualified intellectual property, did the organization file Form 8899 as required? .

7g

If the organization received a contribution of cars, boats, airplanes, or other vehicles, did the organization file a
Form 1098-C? .

7h

Sponsoring organizations maintaining donor advised funds and section 509(a)(3) supporting organizations. Did the supporting organization, or a donor advised fund maintained by a sponsoring organization, have excess business holdings at any time during the year? .

8

h
8

9

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No

7e

No

7f

No

7d

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Sponsoring organizations maintaining donor advised funds.

a

Did the organization make any taxable distributions under section 4966?

b

Did the organization make a distribution to a donor, donor advisor, or related person?

10

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No

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9b

Section 501(c )( 7) organizations. Enter

a

Initiation fees and capital contributions included on Part VIII, line 12

b

Gross receipts, included on Form 990, Part VIII, line 12, for public use of club facilities 11

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10b

Section 501(c )( 12) organizations. Enter a Gross income from members or shareholders

b

Gross income from other sources (Do not net amounts due or paid to other sources against amounts due or received from them ) .
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Section 4947( a)(1) non -exempt charitable trusts. Is the organization filing Form 990 in lieu of Form 1041?
If "Yes," enter the amount of tax-exempt interest received or accrued during the year .
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Section 501(c )( 29) qualified nonprofit health insurance issuers.

a

Is the organization licensed to issue qualified health plans in more than one state?
Note . See the instructions for additional information the organization must report on Schedule 0

b

Enter the amount of reserves the organization is required to maintain by the states in which the organization is licensed to issue qualified health plans

13b

Enter the amount of reserves on hand

13c

c
14a
b

Did the organization receive any payments for indoor tanning services during the tax year?

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If "Yes," has it filed a Form 720 to report these payments? If "No,"provide an explanation in Schedule 0 .

14a

No

14b
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Governance , Management, and Disclosure For each "Yes" response to lines 2 through 7b below, and for a
"No" response to lines 8a, 8b, or 1Ob below, describe the circumstances, processes, or changes in Schedule 0.
See instructions.
Check if Schedule 0 contains a response or note to any line in this Part VI

.F

Section A. Governing Body and Management
Yes
la Enter the number of voting members of the governing body at the end of the tax year la

No

30

lb

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30

If there are material differences in voting rights among members of the governing body, or if the governing body delegated broad authority to an executive committee or similar committee, explain in Schedule 0 b Enter the number of voting members included in line la, above, who are independent .
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Did any officer, director, trustee, or key employee have a family relationship or a business relationship with any other officer, director, trustee, or key employee?

3

Did the organization delegate control over management duties customarily performed by or under the direct supervision of officers, directors or trustees, or key employees to a management company or other person?

4

Did the organization make any significant changes to its governing documents since the prior Form 990 was filed? 2

No

3

No

4

No

5

Did the organization become aware during the year of a significant diversion of the organization's assets?

5

No

6

Did the organization have members or stockholders?

6

No

7a

No

7b

No

7a Did the organization have members, stockholders, or other persons who had the power to elect or appoint one or more members of the governing body? .
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b Are any governance decisions of the organization reserved to (or subject to approval by) members, stockholders, or persons other than the governing body?
8

Did the organization contemporaneously document the meetings held or written actions undertaken during the year by the following

a

The governing body?

8a

Yes

b

Each committee with authority to act on behalf of the governing body?

8b

Yes

Is there any officer, director, trustee, or key employee listed in Part VII, Section A, who cannot be reached at the organization's mailing address? If "Yes,"provide the names and addresses in Schedule 0 .
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1

No

Section B. Policies ( This Section B re q uests information about p olicies not re q uired b y the Internal Revenue Code.)
Yes
10a

Did the organization have local chapters, branches, or affiliates?

10a

If "Yes," did the organization have written policies and procedures governing the activities of such chapters, affiliates, and branches to ensure their operations are consistent with the organization's exempt purposes?

10b

Has the organization provided a complete copy of this Form 990 to all members of its governing body before filing the form? .
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Yes

12a

Yes

12b

Yes

Did the organization regularly and consistently monitor and enforce compliance with the policy? If "Yes," describe in Schedule 0 how this was done .

12c

Yes

13

Did the organization have a written whistleblower policy?

13

Yes

14

Did the organization have a written document retention and destruction policy?

14

Yes

15

No

Did the process for determining compensation of the following persons include a review and approval by independent persons, comparability data, and contemporaneous substantiation of the deliberation and decision?

b
11a
b
12a

Describe in Schedule 0 the process, if any, used by the organization to review this Form 990
Did the organization have a written conflict of interest policy? If "No,"go to line 13

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b Were officers, directors, or trustees, and key employees required to disclose annually interests that could give rise to conflicts? .
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a

The organization's CEO, Executive Director, or top management official

15a

Yes

b

Other officers or key employees of the organization

15b

Yes

If "Yes" to line 15a or 15b, describe the process in Schedule 0 (see instructions)
16a
b

Did the organization invest in, contribute assets to, or participate in a joint venture or similar arrangement with a taxable entity during the year? .
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If "Yes," did the organization follow a written policy or procedure requiring the organization to evaluate its participation in joint venture arrangements under applicable federal tax law, and take steps to safeguard the organization's exempt status with respect to such arrangements? .
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No

Section C. Disclosure
17

List the States with which a copy of this Form 990 is required to be filed-

18

Section 6104 requires an organization to make its Form 1023 (or 1024 if applicable ), 990, and 990 -T (501(c)
(3 )s only) available for public inspection Indicate how you made these available Check all that apply fl Own website fl Another' s website F Upon request fl Other (explain in Schedule O )
Describe in Schedule 0 whether ( and if so, how ) the organization made its governing documents , conflict of interest policy , and financial statements available to the public during the tax year

19
20

State the name, physical address, and telephone number of the person who possesses the books and records of the organization
-Angela Bush 2800 N HAMPTON ROAD
DALLAS,TX 75212 (214) 678-2300
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Compensation of Officers , Directors , Trustees, Key Employees, Highest Compensated

Employees , and Independent Contractors
Check if Schedule 0 contains a response or note to any line in this Part VII

.(-

Section A. Officers, Directors, Trustees, Kev Employees, and Highest Compensated Employees la Complete this table for all persons required to be listed Report compensation for the calendar year ending with or within the organization's tax year
* List all of the organization's current officers, directors, trustees (whether individuals or organizations), regardless of amount of compensation Enter-0- in columns (D), (E), and (F) if no compensation was paid
* List all of the organization's current key employees, if any See instructions for definition of "key employee "
* List the organization's five current highest compensated employees (other than an officer, director, trustee or key employee) who received reportable compensation (Box 5 of Form W-2 and/or Box 7 of Form 1099-MISC) of more than $100,000 from the organization and any related organizations
* List all of the organization 's former officers, key employees, or highest compensated employees who received more than $100,000 of reportable compensation from the organization and any related organizations
* List all of the organization's former directors or trustees that received, in the capacity as a former director or trustee of the organization, more than $10,000 of reportable compensation from the organization and any related organizations
List persons in the following order individual trustees or directors, institutional trustees, officers, key employees, highest compensated employees, and former such persons fl Check this box if neither the organization nor any related organization compensated any current officer, director, or trustee
(A)
Name and Title

(B)
Average
hours per week (list any hours for related organizations below dotted line)

(C)
Position (do not check more than one box, unless person is both an officer and a director/trustee)
T
0 = fD 3]Z a . m_ art ca: 4

(D

(D)
Reportable
compensation from the organization (W2/1099-MISC)

(E)
Reportable
compensation from related organizations (W- 2/1099MISC)

(F)
Estimated
amount of other compensation from the organization and related organizations

rD 0

7

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Section A. Officers, Directors , Trustees , Key Employees , and Highest Compensated Employees (continued)

(A)
Name and Title

(B)
Average
hours per week (list any hours for related organizations below dotted line)

(C)
Position (do not check more than one box, unless person is both an officer and a director/trustee)
0T
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7.
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(F)
Estimated
amount of other compensation from the organization and related organizations

ur

.

Total from continuation sheets to Part VII, Section A

(E)
Reportable
compensation from related organizations (W2/1099-MISC)

fD

;3

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(D)
Reportable
compensation from the organization (W2/1099-MISC)

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0

0

Total number of individuals (including but not limited to those listed above) who received more than
$100,000 of reportable compensation from the organizationONo
Did the organization list any former officer, director or trustee, key employee, or highest compensated employee on line la? If "Yes," complete Schedule Jfor such individual .
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3

No

For any individual listed on line la, is the sum of reportable compensation and other compensation from the organization and related organizations greater than $150,000? If "Yes," complete Schedule -7 for such individual .
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No

Did any person listed on line la receive or accrue compensation from any unrelated organization or individual for services rendered to the organization? If "Yes," complete Schedule Jfor such person .
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5

No

Section B. Independent Contractors
1

Complete this table for your five highest compensated independent contractors that received more than $100,000 of compensation from the organization Report compensation for the calendar year ending with or within the organization's tax year
(A)
Name and business address

2

(B)
Description of services

(C)
Compensation

Total number of independent contractors (including but not limited to those listed above) who received more than
$100.000 of compensation from the oraanization 0-0
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Statement of Revenue
Check if Schedule 0 contains a response or note to any line in this Part VIII
(A)
Total revenue

Z

.

b

Membership dues

.

c

Fundraising events

Related organizations

E

e

Government grants ( contributions )

le

la

=

f

All other contributions , gifts, grants , and similar amounts not included above

if

4,095,536

g

Noncash contributions included in lines la-If $

h

Total . Add lines la - 1f .

F
(D)
Revenue excluded from tax under sections 512-514

(C)
Unrelated
business revenue 12,730

V
^

6-

Federated campaigns

d

r

(B)
Related or exempt function revenue .

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lb

0

0 E

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1c

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tJ'

744,343

4,108,266
10Business Code

2a

HOME SALES

900099

1,680 ,593

1,680,593

a2

b

ANCILLARY INCOME

900099

138,931

138,931

a'

c

LEASE INCOME

900099

20,892

20,892

d

0

e

0

f

All other program service revenue

g

Total . Add lines 2a - 2f .

3

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0

0

0

1,840,416

0-

Investment income ( including dividends , interest, and other similar amounts )

724,325

.

4

Income from investment of tax - exempt bond proceeds

5

Royalties

6a

Gross rents

b

Less rental expenses Rental income or (loss)

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(i) Real

c d .

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d

Net gain or ( loss)

8a

0-

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0

0

(ii) Personal

0
963

Net rental inco me or ( loss)

c

W

0-

963

Gross amount from sales of assets other than inventory
Less cost or other basis and sales expenses
Gain or ( loss)

b



963

(i) Securities
7a



724,325

963

( ii) Other

0

0

.

lim-

0

0-

0

.-

0

Gross income from fundraising events ( not including
$
of contributions reported on line 1c)
See Part IV, line 18 a b

Less

c

Net income or (loss ) from fundraising events

s

9a

direct expenses

.

b

Less

c

Net income or (loss ) from gaming acti vities

direct expenses

.

b
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.

Gross sales of inventory, less returns and allowances .
1,973,197

a

b

Less

c

Net income or (loss ) from sales of inventory

cost of goods sold

.

b

Miscellaneous Revenue
11a

.

Gross income from gaming activities
See Part IV , line 19
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. a b

10a

.

1,289,299
.

683,898

lim-

683,898

Business Code
900099

M I S C INCOME

7,672

b

0

C

7,672

0

d

All other revenue

e

Total.Add lines 11a - 11d

0

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0

0

1,848,088

683 , 898

0

07, 672

12

Total revenue . See Instructions

0- 1

7,365,540

725,288

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Statement of Functional Expenses
Section 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) organizations must complete all columns All other organizations must complete column (A)
Check if Schedule 0 contains a response or note to any line in this Part IX

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(B)
Program service expenses ( A)

Do not include amounts reported on lines 6b,
7b, 8b, 9b, and 10b of Part VIII .

Total expenses

1

Grants and other assistance to governments and organizations in the United States See Part IV, line 21

2

Grants and other assistance to individuals in the
United States See Part IV, line 22

3

Grants and other assistance to governments, organizations , and individuals outside the United
States See Part IV, lines 15 and 16
Benefits paid to or for members
Compensation of current officers, directors , trustees, and key employees
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Compensation not included above, to disqualified persons
(as defined under section 4958( f)(1)) and persons described in section 4958( c)(3)(B) .

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(D)
Fundraising
expenses

0

6

.

(C)
Management and general expenses

0

5

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0

4

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0

7

Other salaries and wages

8

Pension plan accruals and contributions ( include section 401(k) and 403(b) employer contributions )

9

243,500

243,500

59,569

59,569

1,945,698

10

Payroll taxes

11

.

388,185

328,069

27 ,322

15,197

5,794

6,331

348 ,365

Other employee benefits

1,229,444

242,127

53,690

52,548

Fees for services ( non-employees)

0

a

Management

b

Legal

.

0

c

Accounting

d

Lobbying

e

Professional fundraising services See Part IV, line 17

0

f

Investment management fees

0

g

Other ( If line 11g amount exceeds 10 % of line 25, column (A) amount, list line 11g expenses on
Schedule O)

351,515

12

Advertising and promotion

105,299

19,494

4,615

81,190

13

Office expenses

161,572

105,716

66,363

-10,507

14

Information technology

102,210

82,883

7,524

11,803

15

Royalties

466,040

315,066

150,974

0

81,556

71,219

7,543

2,794

27,868

11,795

12,787

3,286

589,668

589,668

71,530
16,300

.

16,300

0

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.

121,709

102,654

127,152

0

16

Occupancy

17

Travel

18

Payments of travel or entertainment expenses for any federal, state, or local public officials

.

71,530

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.

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0

19

Conferences , conventions , and meetings

20

Interest

21

Payments to affiliates

22

Depreciation , depletion, and amortization

72,887

55,979

16,908

0

23

Insurance

20,954

14,906

6,048

0

24

Other expenses Itemize expenses not covered above (List miscellaneous expenses in line 24e If line 24e amount exceeds 10% of line 25, column ( A) amount, list line 24e expenses on Schedule 0
2,614,569

2,614,569

624,461

624,461

1,620

1,620

217,590

163,042

45,033

9,515

8,150,093

6,653,494

884,418

612,181

a

COST OF PROGRAM PROPERTIES

b

MORTGAGE DISCOUNT

c

DUES &SUBSCRIPTIONS

0

d e All other expenses

25

Total functional expenses . Add lines 1 through 24e

26

Joint costs. Complete this line only if the organization reported in column ( B) joint costs from a combined educational campaign and fundraising solicitation Check here - fl if following SOP 98-2 (ASC 958-720)
0

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Balance Sheet
Check if Schedule 0 contains a response or note to any line in this Part X

F
(A)
Beginning of year
1,400

(B)
End of year

Savings and temporary cash investments

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3

Pledges and grants receivable, net

4

Accounts receivable, net

5

2

10,456,089
436,825

22,540

.

3
4

22,573

0

2

1,400

5,994,153

Cash-non-interest-bearing

1

574,550

1

5

0

Loans and other receivables from current and former officers, directors, trustees, key employees, and highest compensated employees Complete Part II of
Schedule L .
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Loans and other receivables from other disqualified persons (as defined under section
4958(f)(1)), persons described in section 4958(c)(3)(B), and contributing employers and sponsoring organizations of section 501(c)(9) voluntary employees' beneficiary organizations (see instructions) Complete Part II of Schedule L

7

Notes and loans receivable, net

8

Inventories for sale or use

9

Prepaid expenses and deferred charges

0

10a b .

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Land, buildings, and equipment cost or other basis Complete
Part VI of Schedule D

10a
10b

779,389

0

7

38,465,661

8

2,414,877

9

103,439

417,113

10c

790,231

1,569,620

Less

6

103,439

.

38,802,291
2,458,065

.

accumulated depreciation

.

11

Investments-publicly traded securities

12

Investments-other securities See Part IV, line 11

0

12

0

13

Investments-program-related See Part IV, line 11

0

13

0

14

Intangible assets

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See Part IV, line 11

11

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17

Accounts payable and accrued expenses

18

Grants payable

19

Deferred revenue

20

Tax-exempt bond liabilities

21

Escrow or custodial account liability Complete Part IV of Schedule D

22

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persons Complete Part II of Schedule L
23

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11,115,404

16

63,806,499

17

2,114,037

Loans and other payables to current and former officers, directors, trustees, key employees, highest compensated employees, and disqualified

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.

15

2,008,066

Total assets . Add lines 1 through 15 (must equal line 34)

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10,842,541

Other assets

16

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59,216,092

15

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11,354

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18

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19

4,803

20
.

21

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.

Secured mortgages and notes payable to unrelated third parties

24

22

0

23

29,605,682

Unsecured notes and loans payable to unrelated third parties

25

0
24,663,449

.

Other liabilities (including federal income tax, payables to related third parties, and other liabilities not included on lines 17-24) Complete Part X of Schedule
D

26

24

.

Total liabilities . Add lines 17 through 25

1,425,543

1,450,390

28,108,412

26

33,174,912

29,185,450

27

27,599,828

1,922,230

.

25

28

3,031,759

Organizations that follow SFAS 117 ( ASC 958 ), check here 1- F and complete lines 27 through 29, and lines 33 and 34.
C5

27

Unrestricted net assets

M ca 28

Temporarily restricted net assets

r
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29

Permanently restricted net assets

29

Organizations that do not follow SFAS 117 (ASC 958), check here 1- fl and complete lines 30 through 34.
30

4T

z

Capital stock or trust principal, or current funds

30

31

Paid-in or capital surplus, or land, building or equipment fund

31

32

Retained earnings, endowment, accumulated income, or other funds

33

Total net assets or fund balances

34

Total liabilities and net assets/fund balances

32
31,107,680

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33

59,216,092

34

30,631,587
63,806,499

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Reconcilliation of Net Assets
Check if Schedule 0 contains a response or note to any line in this Part XI

1

Total revenue (must equal Part VIII, column (A), line 12)

.

2

Total expenses (must equal Part IX, column (A), line 25)

3

Revenue less expenses Subtract line 2 from line 1

4

(-

.

Net assets or fund balances at beginning of year (must equal Part X, line 33, column (A))

1

8,150,093

3

-784,553

4
5

7,365,540

2

.

31,107,680

.

Net unrealized gains (losses) on investments
5

6

Donated services and use of facilities
6

7

Investment expenses

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7

8

Prior period adjustments

.

.
8
9

9

Net assets or fund balances at end of year Combine lines 3 through 9 (must equal Part X, line 33, column (B))

0

10

30,631,587

Other changes in net assets or fund balances (explain in Schedule 0)

10

308,460

Financial Statements and Reporting
Check if Schedule 0 contains a response or note to any line in this Part XII

(Yes

1

No

Accounting method used to prepare the Form 990 fl Cash 17 Accrual (Other
If the organization changed its method of accounting from a prior year or checked "Other," explain in
Schedule 0

2a Were the organization 's financial statements compiled or reviewed by an independent accountant?

2a

No

If'Yes,'check a box below to indicate whether the financial statements for the year were compiled or reviewed on a separate basis, consolidated basis, or both fl Separate basis

fl Consolidated basis

fl Both consolidated and separate basis

b Were the organization 's financial statements audited by an independent accountant?

2b

Yes

2c

Yes

If'Yes,'check a box below to indicate whether the financial statements for the year were audited on a separate basis, consolidated basis, or both fl Separate basis c F Consolidated basis

fl Both consolidated and separate basis

If "Yes," to line 2a or 2b, does the organization have a committee that assumes responsibility for oversight of the audit, review , or compilation of its financial statements and selection of an independent accountant?
If the organization changed either its oversight process or selection process during the tax year, explain in
Schedule 0

3a As a result of a federal award, was the organization required to undergo an audit or audits as set forth in the
Single Audit Act and 0 MB Circular A-1 33? b If "Yes," did the organization undergo the required audit or audits? If the organization did not undergo the required audit or audits, explain why in Schedule 0 and describe any steps taken to undergo such audits

3a

No

3b
Form 990 (2013)

Additional Data

Software ID :
Software Version :
EIN:
Name :

13000248
2013v3.1
75 -2097161
DALLAS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INC

Form 990, Part VII - Compensation of Officers, Directors,Trustees, Key Employees, Highest
Compensated Employees, and Independent Contractors
(A)
Name and Title

(B)
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hours per week (list any hours for related organizations below dotted line)

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SECRETARY
MICHAEL WALLIS

1 00

VICE CHAIR
RANDY GOLDEN

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CHAIR
AISHA JOHNSON

1 00

DIRECTOR
AL CHILDS

1 00

DIRECTOR
ALLISON BECK

1 00

DIRECTOR
ANNE HASKEL

1 00

DIRECTOR
ANTHONY GREEN

1 00

DIRECTOR
ANTHONY POST

1 00

DIRECTOR
BILL CUNNINGHAM

1 00

DIRECTOR
DAN MORGAN

1 00

DIRECTOR
DAVID MICHEL

1 00

DIRECTOR
DENA STROH

1 00

DIRECTOR
ED WILSON

1 00

DIRECTOR
ERIC KOSMIN

1 00

DIRECTOR
GILBERT GERST

1 00

DIRECTOR
HOLLY HASSMANN

1 00

DIRECTOR
JASON SHANKS

1 00

DIRECTOR
JOHN W SLATES

1 00

DIRECTOR
JUDY SCHMIDT

1 00

DIRECTOR
MARK GURNEY

1 00

DIRECTOR
MARK SHANK

1 00

DIRECTOR
MICHELLE PARKER

1 00

DIRECTOR
REV BRYAN CARTER

1 00

DIRECTOR
RICHARD LOFGREN

1 00
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(A)
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Estimated amount of other compensation from the organization and related organizations

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SCOTT WALLACE

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DIRECTOR
STEVE DOYLE

1 00

DIRECOR
SUSAN GREGSON

1 00

DIRECTOR
TRACY FULTON

1 00

DIRECTOR
ZACH WOOLDRIDGE

1 00

DIRECTOR
DAVID W MCKEEVER JR
CFO
WILLIAM DUDLEY HALL
CEO
CYNDY LUTZ

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3 00
40 00
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SENIOR DIRECTOR, NEIGHBORHOOD INVESTMENT
KRISTEN SCHULZ

40 00

DIRECTOR OF GOVERNMENT FUNDING
MELISSA CAMERON
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, DEVELOPMENT

40 00

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As Filed Data -

DLN: 93493134087845
OMB No 1545-0047

SCHEDULE A

Public Charity Status and Public Support

(Form 990 or 990EZ)

Complete if the organization is a section 501(c)( 3) organization or a section 4947(a)(1) nonexempt charitable trust.

Department of the

I

2013

Oil Attach to Form 990 or Form 990-EZ . Oil See separate instructions.

Treasury
Internal Revenue Service

Oil Information about Schedule A (Form 990 or 990 - EZ) and its instructions is at

Name of the organization
DALLAS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INC

I Employer identification number

Reason for Public Charity Status (All organizations must complete this part.) See instructions.
The organization is not a private foundation because it is (For lines 1 through 11, check only one box )
1

1

A church, convention of churches, or association of churches described in section 170 ( b)(1)(A)(i).

2

fl

A school described in section 170 (b)(1)(A)(ii). (Attach Schedule E )

3

1

A hospital or a cooperative hospital service organization described in section 170(b)(1)(A)(iii).

4

1

5

1

A medical research organization operated in conjunction with a hospital described in section 170 (b)(1)(A)(iii). Enter the hospital's name, city, and state
An organization operated for the benefit of a college or university owned or operated by a governmental unit described in

6

1

A federal, state, or local government or governmental unit described in section 170(b)(1)(A)(v).

7

F

8

fl

An organization that normally receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or from the general public described in section 170 ( b)(1)(A)(vi ). (Complete Part II )
A community trust described in section 170 ( b)(1)(A)(vi ) (Complete Part II )

9

1

An organization that normally receives

section 170 ( b)(1)(A)(iv ). (Complete Part II )

(1) more than 331/3% of its support from contributions, membership fees, and gross

receipts from activities related to its exempt functions-subject to certain exceptions, and (2) no more than 331/3% of its support from gross investment income and unrelated business taxable income (less section 511 tax) from businesses acquired by the organization after June 30, 1975 See section 509 ( a)(2). (Complete Part III )
10

1

An organization organized and operated exclusively to test for public safety See section 509(a)(4).

11

1

An organization organized and operated exclusively for the benefit of, to perform the functions of, or to carry out the purposes of one or more publicly supported organizations described in section 509(a)(1) or section 509(a )( 2) See section 509 ( a)(3). Check the box that describes the type of supporting organization and complete lines Ile through 11 h a fl Type I b fl Type II c fl Type III - Functionally integrated d fl Type III - Non -functionally integrated

e

(-

By checking this box, I certify that the organization is not controlled directly or indirectly by one or more disqualified persons other than foundation managers and other than one or more publicly supported organizations described in section 509(a)(1) or section 509(a)(2)
If the organization received a written determination from the IRS that it is a Type I, Type II, orType III supporting organization, check this box
F
Since August 17, 2006, has the organization accepted any gift or contribution from any of the following persons?
(i) A person who directly or indirectly controls , either alone or together with persons described in (ii)
Yes
No

f g and (iii) below, the governing body of the supported organization?

11g(ii)

(iii) A 35% controlled entity of a person described in (i) or (ii) above? h 11g(i)

(ii) A family member of a person described in (i) above?

11g(iii)

Provide the following information about the supported organization(s)
(i) Name of supported organization

(ii) EIN

(iii) Type of organization (described on lines 1- 9 above or IRC section
(see
instructions))

(iv) Is the organization in col (i) listed in your governing document? Yes

No

(v) Did you notify the organization in col (i) of your support? Yes

(vi) Is the organization in col (i) organized in the U S ?

No

Yes

(vii) Amount of monetary support

No

Total
For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the Instructions for Form 990 or 990EZ .

Cat No 11285F

ScheduleA(Form 990 or 990-EZ)2013

Schedule A (Form 990 or 990-EZ) 2013

MU^

Page 2

Support Schedule for Organizations Described in Sections 170(b)(1)(A)(iv) and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi)
(Complete only if you checked the box on line 5, 7, or 8 of Part I or if the organization failed to qualify under
Part III. If the organization fails to qualify under the tests listed below, please complete Part III.)

Section A . Public Sunnort
Calendar year ( or fiscal year beginning in) 11111
1
Gifts, grants , contributions, and membership fees received (Do not include any " unusual grants ")
2
Tax revenues levied for the organization ' s benefit and either paid to or expended on its behalf 3
The value of services or facilities furnished by a governmental unit to the organization without charge 4

Total . Add lines 1 through 3

5

( a) 2009

12,313,909

( b) 2010

25,639,394

(c) 2011

21,753,573

( d) 2012

(e) 2013

9,046,690

4,108,266

72,861,832

0

0

12,313,909

25,639,394

21,753,573

9,046,690

4,108,266

The portion of total contributions by each person ( other than a governmental unit or publicly supported organization ) included on line 1 that exceeds 2% of the amount shown on line 11, column
(f)
Public support . Subtract line 5

6

(f) Total

72,861,832

826,176

72,035,656

from line 4

Section B . Total Su pp ort
Calendar year ( orfiscaI year beginning in) ^
7

Amounts from line 4

8

(a) 2009

(b) 2010

(c) 2011

(d) 2012

(e) 2013

(f) Total

12,313,909

25,639,394

21,753,573

9,046,690

4,108,266

72,861,832

1,128,551

1,230,609

3,675,216

1,905,299

725,288

8,664,963

Gross income from interest, dividends, payments received on securities loans, rents, royalties

and income from similar sources Net income from unrelated business activities, whether or not the business is regularly carried on
Other income Do not include gain or loss from the sale of
0
capital assets (Explain in Part
IV )
Total support (Add lines 7 through 10)
Gross receipts from related activi ties, etc (see instructions)

9

10

11
12
13

0

11,763

61,086

127,642

1,980,869

2,181,360

83,708,155
12

31,726,172

First five years. If the Form 990 is for the organization's first, second, third, fourth, or fifth tax year as a 501(c)(3) organization, check this box and stop here . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . QE-

Section C. Com p utation of Public Su pp ort Percenta g e
14

Public support percentage for 2013 (line 6, column (f) divided by line 11, column (f))

14

86 060

15

Public support percentage for 2012 Schedule A, Part II, line 14

15

89 610 %

16a

331 / 3%support test - 2013. If the organization did not check the box on line 13, and line 14 is 33 1/3% or more, check this box and stop here . The organization qualifies as a publicly supported organization b 331 / 3%support test - 2012 . If the organization did not check a box on line 13 or 16a, and line 15 is 33 1/3% or more, chec k this box and stop here . The organization qualifies as a publicly supported organization
17a 10%-facts-and -circumstances test - 2013. If the organization did not check a box on line 13, 16a, or 16b, and line 14 is 10% or more, and if the organization meets the "facts-and-circumstances" test, check this box and stop here . Explain in Part IV how the organization meets the "facts-and-circumstances" test The organization qualifies as a publicly supported organization b 10%-facts-and-circumstances test-2012 . If the organization did not check a box on line 13, 16a, 16b, or 17a, and line
15 is 10% or more, and if the organization meets the "facts- and-circumstances" test, check this box and stop here.
Explain in Part IV how the organization meets the "facts-and-circumstances" test The organization qualifies as a publicly supported organization
18
Private foundation . If the organization did not check a box on line 13, 16a, 16b, 17a, or 17b, check this box and see instructions Schedule A (Form 990 or 990-EZ) 2013

Schedule A (Form 990 or 990-EZ) 2013

Page 3

Support Schedule for Organizations Described in Section 509(a)(2)
(Complete only if you checked the box on line 9 of Part I or if the organization failed to qualify under
Part II. If the organization fails to qualify under the tests listed below, please complete Part II.)
Section A . Public Support

IMMITM

Calendar year ( or fiscal year beginning in) 11111
1
Gifts, grants, contributions, and membership fees received (Do not include any "unusual grants ")
2
Gross receipts from admissions, merchandise sold or services performed, or facilities furnished in any activity that is related to the organization's tax-exempt purpose 3
Gross receipts from activities that are not an unrelated trade or business under section 513
4
Tax revenues levied for the organization's benefit and either paid to or expended on its behalf 5
The value of services or facilities furnished by a governmental unit to the organization without charge
6
Total . Add lines 1 through 5
7a Amounts included on lines 1, 2, and 3 received from disqualified persons b Amounts included on lines 2 and 3 received from other than disqualified persons that exceed the greater of$5,000 or 1% of the amount on line 13 for the year c Add lines 7a and 7b
8
Public support (Subtract line 7c from line 6 )

(a) 2009

(b) 2010

(c) 2011

(d) 2012

(e) 2013

(f) Total

Section B. Total Suuuort
Calendar year ( or fiscal year beginning
(a) 2009
(b) 2010
(c) 2011
(d) 2012
(e) 2013
(f) Total in) ^
9
Amounts from line 6
Gross income from interest,
10a
dividends, payments received on securities loans, rents, royalties and income from similar sources Unrelated business taxable b income (less section 511 taxes) from businesses acquired after
June 30, 1975 c Add lines 10a and 10b
Net income from unrelated
11
business activities not included in line 10b, whether or not the business is regularly carried on
Other income Do not include
12
gain or loss from the sale of capital assets (Explain in Part
IV )
Total support . (Add lines 9, 1Oc,
13
11, and 12 )
14
First five years. If the Form 990 is for the organization's first, second, third, fourth, or fifth tax year as a 501(c)(3) organization, check this box and stop here
Section C. Computation of Public Support Percentage
15
Public support percentage for 2013 (line 8, column (f) divided by line 13, column (f))
15
16

Public support percentage from 2012 Schedule A , Part III, line 15

16

Section D . Com p utation of Investment Income Percenta g e
17
Investment income percentage for 2013 (line 10c, column (f) divided by line 13, column (f))

17

18

Investment income percentage from 2012 Schedule A, Part III, line 17

18

19a

331 / 3% support tests- 2013. If the organization did not check the box on line 14, and line 15 is more than 33 1/3%, and line 17 is not more than 33 1/3%, check this box and stop here . The organization qualifies as a publicly supported organization lk'F331 / 3% support tests- 2012 . If the organization did not check a box on line 14 or line 19a, and line 16 is more than 33 1/3% and line 18 is not more than 33 1/3%, check this box and stop here . The organization qualifies as a publicly supported organization lk'FPrivate foundation . If the organization did not check a box on line 14, 19a, or 19b, check this box and see instructions

b
20

Schedule A (Form 990 or 990-EZ) 2013

Schedule A (Form 990 or 990-EZ) 2013

Page 4
Supplemental Information . Provide the explanations required by Part II, line 10; Part II, line 17a or
17b; and Part III, line 12. Also complete this part for any additional information. (See instructions).

Facts And Circumstances Test

Return Reference

Explanation

Schedule A, Part II, Line 10, Other
Income

DESCRIPTION - FUNDRAISING INCOME, COLUMN A - , COLUMN B - 11763, COLUMN C 61086, COLUMN D - 118363, COLUMN E - , COLUMN F - 191212, DESCRIPTION - GROSS
SALES OF INVENTORY, COLUMNA - ,COLUMN B - ,COLUMN C - ,COLUMN D-,COLUMN E1973197 000000, COLUMN F - 1973197 000000, DESCRIPTION - MISC INCOME, COLUMN A COLUMN B - ,COLUMN C - ,COLUMN D - 9279, COLUMN E - 7672, COLUMN F - 16951,

SCHEDULE A, PART II, LINE 1,
YEARS REPORTED

TO UTILIZE 2013 FORMS FOR THE SHORT PERIOD FYE 6/30/14 AND REPORT THE
APPROPRIATE 5 YEAR PERIOD RESULTS IN THE YEARS LISTED IN EACH COLUMNAR
HEADING TO BE ADUSTED AS FOLLOWS COLUMN 2009 = 5TH PREVIOUS YEAR 12/31/2010,
COLUMN 2010 =4TH PREVIOUS YEAR 12/31/11, COLUMN 2011 = 3RD PREVIOUS YEAR
12/31/2012, COLUMN 2012 = PRECEEDING YEAR AND LAST CALENDAR YEAR 12/31/2013,
COLUMN 2013 =YEAR OF THIS FORM 990 FYE 6/30/14
Schedule A (Form 990 or 990-EZ) 2013

lefile GRAPHIC print - DO NOT PROCESS

SCHEDULE D

As Filed Data -

DLN: 93493134087845
OMB No 1545-0047

Supplemental Financial Statements

(Form 990)

2013

Department of the Treasury

0- Complete if the organization answered "Yes," to Form 990,
Part IV, line 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11a, 11b, 11c, 11d, 11e, 11f, 12a, or 12b
• .
0- Attach to Form 990. 0- See separate instructions . 1- Information about Schedule D (Form 990) II -

Internal Revenue Service

and its instructions is at www . irs.gov /form990 .

Name of the organization
DALLAS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INC

. Employer identification number

75-2097161
Organizations Maintaining Donor Advised Funds or Other Similar Funds or Accounts . Complete if the or g anization answered "Yes" to Form 990 , Part IV , line 6.
(a) Donor advised funds
1

Total number at end of year

2

(b) Funds and other accounts

Aggregate contributions to (during year)

3

Aggregate grants from (during year)

4

Aggregate value at end of year

5

Did the organization inform all donors and donor advisors in writing that the assets held in donor advised funds are the organization's property, subject to the organization's exclusive legal control?

F Yes

I No

Did the organization inform all grantees, donors, and donor advisors in writing that grant funds can be used only for charitable purposes and not for the benefit of the donor or donor advisor, or for any other purpose conferring impermissible private benefit?

fl Yes

fl No

6

MRSTIConservation Easements . Complete if the organization answered "Yes" to Form 990, Part IV, line 7.
1

Purpose(s) of conservation easements held by the organization (check all that apply)
1 Preservation of land for public use (e g , recreation or education)
1 Preservation of an historically important land area
1 Protection of natural habitat

1

Preservation of a certified historic structure

fl Preservation of open space
2

Complete lines 2a through 2d if the organization held a qualified conservation contribution in the form of a conservation easement on the last day of the tax year
Held at the End of the Year a Total number of conservation easements

2a

b

Total acreage restricted by conservation easements

2b

c

Number of conservation easements on a certified historic structure included in (a)

2c

d

Number of conservation easements included in (c) acquired after 8/17/06, and not on a historic structure listed in the National Register

2d

3

N umber of conservation easements modified, transferred , released, extinguished , or terminated by the organization during the tax year 0-

4

N umber of states where property subject to conservation easement is located 0-

5

Does the organization have a written policy regarding the periodic monitoring , inspection , handling of violations, and enforcement of the conservation easements it holds?

6

fl No

F Yes

1 No

Staff and volunteer hours devoted to monitoring , inspecting , and enforcing conservation easements during the year

7

fl Yes

Amount of expenses incurred in monitoring , inspecting , and enforcing conservation easements during the year

0-

0- $
8

Does each conservation easement reported on line 2(d) above satisfy the requirements of section 170(h)(4)(B)(i) and section 170(h)(4)(B)(ii)?

9

In Part XIII, describe how the organization reports conservation easements in its revenue and expense statement, and balance sheet, and include, if applicable, the text of the footnote to the organization's financial statements that describes the organization's accounting for conservation easements

Organizations Maintaining Collections of Art, Historical Treasures , or Other Similar Assets.
Complete if the oraanization answered "Yes" to Form 990. Part IV. line 8. la If the organization elected, as permitted under SFAS 116 (ASC 958), not to report in its revenue statement and balance sheet works of art, historical treasures, or other similar assets held for public exhibition, education, or research in furtherance of public service, provide, in Part XIII, the text of the footnote to its financial statements that describes these items

b

If the organization elected, as permitted under SFAS 116 (ASC 958), to report in its revenue statement and balance sheet works of art, historical treasures, or other similar assets held for public exhibition, education, or research in furtherance of public service, provide the following amounts relating to these items
(i) Revenues included in Form 990, Part VIII, line 1
(ii)Assets included in Form 990, Part X

2

$
$

If the organization received or held works of art, historical treasures, or other similar assets for financial gain, provide the following amounts required to be reported under SFAS 116 (ASC 958) relating to these items a Revenues included in Form 990, Part VIII, line 1

b

Assets included in Form 990, Part X

For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the Instructions for Form 990.

$
$
Cat No 52283D

Schedule D (Form 990) 2013

Schedule D (Form 990) 2013

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Organizations Maintaining Collections of Art, Historical Treasures, or Other Similar Assets (continued)

Using the organization's acquisition, accession, and other records, check any of the following that are a significant use of its collection items (check all that apply) a F_

Public exhibition

d

fl

Loan or exchange programs

b

1

Scholarly research

e

(-

Other

c

F

Preservation for future generations

4

Provide a description of the organization's collections and explain how they further the organization's exempt purpose in
Part XIII

5

During the year, did the organization solicit or receive donations of art, historical treasures or other similar

1 Yes assets to be sold to raise funds rather than to be maintained as part of the organization's collection?
Escrow and Custodial Arrangements . Complete if the organization answered "Yes" to Form 990,
Part IV, line 9, or reported an amount on Form 990, Part X, line 21. la Is the organization an agent, trustee, custodian or other intermediary for contributions or other assets not included on Form 990, Part X7

b

Beginning balance
Additions during the year

ld

e

Distributions during the year

le

f

Ending balance

F No

1c

d

1 Yes

If "Yes," explain the arrangement in Part XIII and complete the following table

c

1 No

if

A mount

2a b Did the organization include an amount on Form 990, Part X, line 21?

fl Yes

If "Yes," explain the arrangement in Part XIII Check here if the explanation has been provided in Part XIII

.

. .

. .

. .

fl No
.

F

MWAFEndowment Funds . Com p lete If the or g anization answered "Yes" to Form 990, Part IV, line 10.
(a)Current year

la

Beginning of year balance

b

b (c)Two years back (d)Three years back

(e)Four years back

Contributions

c

Net investment earnings, gains, and losses

d

Grants or scholarships

e

Other expenditures for facilities and programs

f

Administrative expenses

g

End of year balance

2

.

Provide the estimated percentage of the current year end balance (line 1g, column (a)) held as a Board designated or quasi-endowment 0-

b

Permanent endowment 0-

c

Temporarily restricted endowment 0The percentages in lines 2a, 2b, and 2c should equal 100%

3a

Are there endowment funds not in the possession of the organization that are held and administered for the organization by
(i) unrelated organizations

b
4

(b)Prior year

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

(ii) related organizations
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
If "Yes" to 3a(ii), are the related organizations listed as required on Schedule R? .

.
.

.
.

.
.

.
.

.

Yes
.

.

No

3a(i)
3a(ii)

.
. I

3b

Describe in Part XIII the intended uses of the organization's endowment funds

Land , Buildings , and Equipment . Complete if the organization answered 'Yes' to Form 990, Part IV, line
1 1 a See Form 990 Part X line 1(l
Description of property

(a) Cost or other basis (investment)

(b)Cost or other basis (other)

(c) Accumulated depreciation la Land

(d) Book value

0

b Buildings

0

c Leasehold improvements

686,297

130,474

555,823

d Equipment

750,332

581,962

168,370

e Other

Total . Add lines 1a through 1 e (Column (d) must equal Form 990, Part X, column (B), line 10(c).)

132,991

.

66,953

.

0-

66,038

790,231

Schedule D (Form 990) 2013

Schedule D (Form 990) 2013

Page 3

Investments - Other Securities . Complete if the organization answered 'Yes' to Form 990, Part IV, line 11b.
See Form 990 , Part X line 12.
(a) Description of security or category
(including name of security)

(b)Book value

(c) Method of valuation
Cost or end-of-year market value

(1 )Financial derivatives
(2)Closely-held equity interests
Other

Total . (Column (b) must equal Form 990, Part X, col (B) line 12)

0. 1

1

Related . Complete if the organization answered 'Yes' to Form 990, Part IV, line 11c.
See Form 990, Part X, line 13.
(a) Description of investment

(b) Book value

(c) Method of valuation

I

Total . ( Column ( b) must equa l Form 990, Part X, col (8) line 13) s F.n6*.l

I

R I

I

Cost or end-of-year market value

Other Assets . Complete if the organization answered 'Yes' to Form 990. Part IV. line lld See Form 990. Part X. line 15

(a) Description
(1) FORECLOSED REAL ESTATE HELD FOR SALE

( b) Book value
615,613

(2) CONSTRUCTION IN PROGRESS

4,822,077

(3) DUE FROM AFFILIATE - DHBH

1,090,154

(4) VACANT LOTS

2,777,621

(5) DUE FROM AFFILIATE - DNAFH

1,809,939

Total . (Column (b) must equal Form 990, Part X, co/.(8) line 15.)

11,115,404

Other Liabilities . Complete if the organization answered 'Yes' to Form 990, Part IV, line 11e or 11f. See
Form QQfl

Part Y

imp 7S

2. Liability for uncertain tax positions In Part XIII, provide the text of the footnote to the organization ' s financial statements that reports the organization ' s liability for uncertain tax positions under FIN 48 (A SC 740 ) Check here if the text of the footnote has been provided in Part XIII
F
Schedule D (Form 990) 2013

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Reconciliation of Revenue per Audited Financial Statements With Revenue per Return Complete if the or g anization answered 'Yes' to Form 990 , Part IV line 12a.
1

Total revenue, gains, and other support per audited financial statements

2

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1

Amounts included on line 1 but not on Form 990, Part VIII, line 12 a Net unrealized gains on investments

b

Donated services and use of facilities

c

Recoveries of prior year grants

d

Add lines 2a through 2d

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Reconciliation of Expenses per Audited Financial Statements With Expenses per Return . Complete if the org anization answered 'Yes' to Form 990 , Part IV line 12a.

1

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2

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b

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e

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Su pp lemental Information

Provide the descriptions required for Part II, lines 3, 5, and 9, Part III, lines la and 4, Part IV, lines lb and 2b,
Part V, line 4, Part X, line 2, Part XI, lines 2d and 4b, and Part XII, lines 2d and 4b Also complete this part to provide any additional information Return Reference
Schedule D, Part X, Line 2, FIN 48
(ASC 740) footnote

Explanation
THE ORGANIZATION IS EXEMPT FROM FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION UNDER SECTION 501(A)
AS AN ORGANIZATION DESCRIBED IN SECTION 501(C)(3)OFTHE INTERNAL REVENUE
CODE OTHER THAN UNRELATED BUSINESS INCOME ACCORDINGLY, NO PROVISION HAS
BEEN MADE FOR FEDERAL INCOME TAXES IN THE ACCOMPANYING CONSOLIDATED
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS INTEREST AND PENALTIES, AND THE ASSOCIATED TAX EXPENSE,
RELATED TO UNCERTAIN TAX POSITIONS, WHEN APPLICABLE, WILL BE RECORDED AS
INCOME TAX EXPENSE AS THE POSITIONS ARE RECOGNIZED TAX RETURNS SUBSEQUENT
TO 2010 ARE OPEN FOR POTENTIAL EXAMINATION BY THE IRS AT JUNE 30„2014, THE
ORGANIZATION HAD NOT IDENTIFIED ANY SIGNIFICANT UNCERTAIN TAX POSITIONS AND
DOES NOT EXPECT THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF UNRECOGNIZED TAX BENEFITS TO CHANGE IN
THE NEXT 12 MONTHS

Schedule D (Form 990) 2013

Schedule D (Form 990) 2013

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Schedule D (Form 990) 2013

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Schedule I

As Filed Data -

DLN: 93493134087845
OMB No 1545-0047

Grants and Other Assistance to Organizations,

(Form 990 )

2013

Governments and Individuals in the United States
Complete if the organization answered "Yes," to Form 990, Part IV, line 21 or 22.
^ Attach to Form 990
Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
^ Information about Schedule I (Form 990) and its instructions is at www. irs.gov /form990 .
Name of the organization
DALLAS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INC


Employer identification number

75-2097161

jlj^l
1
2

General Information on Grants and Assistance

Does the organization maintain records to substantiate the amount of the grants or assistance, the grantees' eligibility for the grants or assistance, and the selection criteria used to award the grants or assistance? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Describe in Part IV the organization's procedures for monitoring the use of grant funds in the United States

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F Yes

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1 No

Grants and Other Assistance to Governments and Organizations in the United States . Complete if the organization answered "Yes" to
Form 990, Part IV, line 21, for any recipient that received more than $5,000. Part II can be duplicated if additional space is needed.
(a) Name and address of organization or government

(1) HABITAT FOR
HUMANITY
INTERNATIONAL INC
121 HABITAT STREET
AMERICUS,GA 31709

( b) EIN

(c ) IRC Code section if applicable

91-1914868

501(C)(3)

( d) Amount of cash grant ( e) Amount of noncash assistance ( g) Description of non-cash assistance

243,500

2

(h) Purpose of grant or assistance

PROGRAM SUPPORT

Enter total number of section 501 (c)(3) and government organizations listed in the line 1 table.

3

Enter total number of other organizations listed in the line 1 table.

For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the Instructions for Form 990 .

(f ) Method of valuation (book, FMV, appraisal, other )

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1
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Cat No 50055P

0
Schedule I (Form 990) 2013

Schedule I (Form 990) 2013
Pa g e 2
Grants and Other Assistance to Individuals in the United States . Complete if the organization answered "Yes" to Form 990, Part IV, line 22.

Part III can be duplicated if additional space is needed.
(a)Type of grant or assistance

(b)N umber of recipients (1) HOUSING ASSISTANCE

(c)A mount of cash grant

( d)Amount of non-cash assistance

58692

(f)Description of non-cash assistance

58,692

877

(2) ASSISTANCE TO AMERICORP
MEMBERS

(e)Method of valuation (book,
FMV, appraisal, other)

877

Supplemental Information . Provide the information required in Part I, line 2, Part III, column (b), and any other additional information.
Return Reference
Schedule I, Part I, Line 2,
Procedures for monitoring use of grant funds

Explanation
THE ORGANIZATION ONLY GRANTS MONEY OR ASSETS TO A RELATED ORGANIZATION WHICH HAS THE SAME FINANCIAL AND
ACCOUNTING TEAM INVOLVED WITH THE TRANSACTION THIS ENSURES THE FUNDS ARE USED FOR THEIR INTENDED PURPOSES
Schedule I (Form 990) 2013

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SCHEDULEM
(Form 990)

As Filed Data -

DLN: 93493134087845
OMB No 1545-0047

Noncash Contributions

2013

Complete if the organizations answered " Yes" on Form
990, Part IV, lines 29 or 30.
Department of the Treasury

s Attachto Form 990. s Information about Schedule M (Form 990) and its instructions is at www. irs,

Internal Revenue Service

Name of the organization
DALLAS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INC

•' -



'

ov form990.
Employer identification number

75-2097161
Types of Property
(a)
(b)
Check
N umber of contributions if or items contributed applicable 1

Art-Works of art

2

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(d)
Method of determining noncash contribution amounts

Art-Historical treasures

3

(c)
Noncash contribution amounts reported on
Form 990, Part VIII, line 1g

Art-Fractional interests

4

Books and publications

5

Clothing and household goods .
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Cars and other vehicles

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Boats and planes

8

Intellectual property

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9

Securities-Publicly traded .

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10

Securities-Closely held stock

11

Securities-Partnership, LLC, or trust interests
Securities-Miscellaneous

12
13

15

Qualified conservation contribution-Historic structures
Qualified conservation
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contribution-O ther .
Real estate-Residential

16

Real estate-Commercial

14

17

Real estate-Other

18

Collectibles

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19

Food inventory

Drugs and medical supplies

21

Taxidermy

22

Historical artifacts

23

Scientific specimens

24

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25 Other P- (
BUILDING MATERIALS )

X

262,827 COST

26 Other P- (
STORE INVENTORY BUILDING
PRODUCTS)

X

481,516 COST

27

Other(

28

Other s (

29

Number of Forms 8283 received by the organization during the tax year for contributions for which the organization completed Form 8283, Part IV, Donee Acknowledgement .

)
29
Yes

30a

No

During the year, did the organization receive by contribution any property reported in Part I, lines 1 through 28, that it must hold for at least three years from the date of the initial contribution, and which is not required to be used for exempt purposes for the entire holding period?

30a

No

b If "Yes," describe the arrangement in Part II
31

Does the organization have a gift acceptance policy that requires the review of any non-standard contributions?

31

No

32a

Does the organization hire or use third parties or related organizations to solicit, process, or sell noncash contributions? 32a

No

b If "Yes," describe in Part II
33

If the organization did not report an amount in column (c) for a type of property for which column (a) is checked, describe in Part II

For Paperwork Reduction Act Noticee see the Instructions for Form 990 .

Cat No 51227 ]

Schedule M (Form 990 ) ( 2013)

Page 2

Schedule M (Form 990 ) (2013)

Supplemental Information . Provide the information required by Part I, lines 30b,
32b, and 33, and whether the organization is reporting in Part I, column (b), the number of contributions, the number of items received, or a combination of both. Also complete this part for any additional information.

F

Return Reference

Explanation

Schedule M , Part I, Explanations of reporting method for number of contributions OTHER THE NUMBER OF ITEMS RECEIVED IS TOO NUMEROUS TO COUNT OTHER THE
NUMBER OF ITEMS CONTRIBUTED IS TOO NUMEROUS TO COUNT

Schedule M , part I, column (b), Line other, Number of contributions or items contributed

OTHER=BUILDING MATERIALS
COUNT

Schedule M , part I, column (b), Line other, Number of contributions or items contributed

OTHER=STORE INVENTORY BUILDING PRODUCTS
TOO NUMEROUS TO COUNT

THE NUMBER OF ITEMS RECEIVED IS TOO NUMEROUS TO

THE NUMBER OF ITEMS CONTRIBUTED IS

Schedule M (Form 990) (2013)

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DLN: 93493134087845
OMB No 1545 0047

SCHEDULE 0
(Form 990 or 990-EZ)
Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service

As Filed Data -

Supplemental Information to Form 990 or 990-EZ
Complete to provide information for responses to specific questions on
Form 990 or to provide any additional information .
1- Attach to Form 990 or 990-EZ.
1- Information about Schedule 0 (Form 990 or 990-EZ) and its instructions is at

2013
Open
Inspection

www.irs. g ov/form990.
Name of the organization
DALLAS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INC

Employer identification number

75-2097161

990 Schedule 0, Supplemental Information
Return Reference

Explanation

FORM 990 , PART V, LINE 1A, SHORT PERIOD RETURN
Form 990 , Part VI, Sec A , Line 1 a , Delegate broad authority to a committee

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, MADE UP OF MEMBERS OF THE GOVERNING
BODY, SHALL ACT ON BEHALF OF
THE BOARD BETWEEN BOARD MEETINGS ON ANY MATTER THAT CANNOT
REASONABLY BE DEFERRED UNTIL TH
E NEXT REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD

Form 990 , Part VI, Sec B , Line 11 b, Review of form 990 by governing body

MANAGEMENT REVIEWS THE RETURN PRIOR TO THE BOARD RECEIVING A
COPY THEN A COPY OF THE FINA
L FORM 990 IS PROVIDED TO EACH BOARD MEMBER FOR REVIEW AT A
BOARD MEETING PRIOR TO FILING
WITH THE IRS

Form 990 , Part VI, Sec B , Line 12c, Conflict of interest policy

DALLAS AREA HABITAT REGULARLY MONITORS THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST
POLICY THROUGH SR DIRECTOR
MEETINGS, PERIODIC DEPARTMENT MEETINGS, ALL STAFF MEETINGS,
PERFORMANCE REVIEWS, COMMITTE
E MEETINGS AND BOARD MEETINGS IF A CONFLICT ARISES THE BOARD
MEMBER WILL ABSTAIN FROM VOT
ING ON THE ISSUE IN QUESTION

Form 990 , Part VI, Sec B , Line 15a , Process to establish compensation of top management official

THE ORGANIZATION USED AN INDEPENDENT COMPENSATION CONSULTANT,
WHICH INCLUDED A WRITTEN EMP
LOY MENT CONTRACT AND APPROVAL BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR
THE CEO, CFO, AND DIRECTOR OF
DEVELOPMENT ONLY

Form 990 , Part VI, Sec B , Line 15b, Process to establish compensation of other employees

SEE NARRATIVE FOR PART VI, LINE 15B

Form 990 , Part VI, Sec C, Line 19, Required documents available to the public

GOVERNING DOCUMENTS, THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST POLICY AND
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

FORM 990 , PART VII, SECTION A, LINE 1 A, COLUMN (D),
SHORT PERIOD RETURN

NO COMPENSATION IS REPORTED AT PART VII FOR THE SHORT PERIOD
JANUARY 1, 2014 - JUNE 30, 20
14 BECAUSE NO CALENDAR YEAR ENDS WITH OR WITHIN THE SHORT YEAR
DECEMBER 31, 2013 COMPENSA
TION FOR OFFICERS HALL AND MCKEEVER WAS PROVIDED ON THE
ORGANIZATION'S FORM 990 FOR THE PE
RIOD ENDING 12/31/13

FORM 990 , PART VII, SECTION B, LINE 1, COLUMN (A),
SHORT PERIOD RETURN

NO INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR INFORNATION IS REPORTED FOR BECAUSE NO
CALENDAR YEAR ENDS WITH 0
R WITHIN THE SHORT PERIOD FROM 1/1/2014 - 6/30/2014 REPORTED ON THIS
FORM 990

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SCHEDULE R
(Form 990)
Department of the Treasury

As Filed Data -

DLN:93493134087845
OMB No 1545-0047

Related Organizations and Unrelated Partnerships

2013

1- Complete if the organization answered "Yes" on Form 990, Part IV, line 33, 34, 35b, 36, or 37.
1- Attach to Form 990.
1- See separate instructions.
1- Information about Schedule R (Form 990) and its instructions is at www.irs.gov/form990 .

Internal Revenue Service
Name of the organization
DALLAS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INC

Employer identification number

75-2097161

Identification of Disregarded Entities Complete if the organization answered "Yes" on Form 990, Part IV, line 33.
(a)
Name, address, and EIN (if applicable) of disregarded entity

(b)
Primary activity

(c)
Legal domicile (state or foreign country)

(d)
Total income

(e)
End-of-year assets

(f)
Direct controlling entity Identification of Related Tax-Exempt Organizations Complete if the organization answered "Yes" on Form 990, Part IV, line 34 because it had one or more related tax-exempt organizations during the tax year.
( a)
Name, address, and EIN of related organization

(b)
Primary activity

(c)
Legal domicile (state or foreign country)

(d)
Exempt Code section (e)
Public charity status
(if section 501(c)
(3))

(f)
Direct controlling entity (g)
Section 512
(b)(13)
controlled entity? Yes

(1) DALLAS NEIGHBORHOOD ALLIANCE FOR HABITAT INC

SUPPORT DHFH THROUGH LAND
PURHCASING

TX

501(C)(3)

7

DALLAS AREA HABITAT
FOR HUMANITY INC

HOLDING COMPANY

TX

501(C)(3)

11 - Type I

DALLAS AREA HABITAT
FOR HUMANITY INC

Yes

CONSTRUCTION/ RENOVATION OF
HOMES

TX

501(C)(3)

7

DALLAS AREA HABITAT
FOR HUMANITY INC

No

Yes

Yes

2800 N HAMPTON
DALLAS, TX 75212
75-2908888
(2) DALLAS HABITAT BUILDING HEADQUARTERS INC
2800 N HAMPTON
DALLAS, TX 75212
20-3382233
(3) DALLAS NEIGHBORHOOD HOMES
2800 N HAMPTON
DALLAS, TX 75212
26-3029805

For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see the Instructions for Form 990.

Cat No 50135Y

Schedule R (Form 990) 2013

Schedule R (Form 990) 2013

Page 2

Identification of Related Organizations Taxable as a Partnership Complete if the organization answered "Yes" on Form 990, Part IV, line 34 because it had one or more related organizations treated as a partnership during the tax year.
(a)
Name, address, and EIN of related organization

(b)
Primary activity

(c)
Legal
domicile
(state or foreign country)

(d)
Direct
controlling entity (e)
Predominant
income(related, unrelated, excluded from tax under sections 512514)

(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
U)
Share of
Share of Disproprtionate Code V-UBI General or total income end-of-year allocations? amount in box managing assets 20 of partner? Schedule K-1
(Form 1065)

Yes

No

Yes

(k)
Percentage
ownership

No

Identification of Related Organizations Taxable as a Corporation or Trust Complete if the organization answered "Yes" on Form 990, Part IV, line 34 because it had one or more related organizations treated as a corporation or trust during the tax year.
(a)
Name, address, and EIN of related organization

(b)
Primary activity

(c)
Legal
domicile
(state or foreign country) (d)
Direct controlling entity (e)
Type of entity
(C corp, S corp, or trust)

(f)
Share of total income (g)
Share of endof-year assets (h)
Percentage
ownership

(i)
Section 512
(b)(13)
controlled entity? Yes

No

Schedule R (Form 990) 2013

Schedule R (Form 990) 2013

ff^

Page 3

Transactions With Related Organizations Complete if the organization answered "Yes" on Form 990, Part IV, line 34, 35b, or 36.
YesFNo

Note . Complete line 1 if any entity is listed in Parts II, III, or IV of this schedule
1 During the tax year, did the orgranization engage in any of the following transactions with one or more related organizations listed in Parts II-IV?

No

a

Receipt of (i) interest (ii) annuities (iii) royalties or (iv) rent from a controlled entity

b

Gift, grant, or capital contribution to related organization(s)

Yes

c

Gift, grant, or capital contribution from related organization(s)

Yes

d

Loans or loan guarantees to or for related organization(s)

Yes

e

Loans or loan guarantees by related organization(s)

f

Dividends from related organization(s)

if

No

g

Sale of assets to related organization(s)

1g

No

h

Purchase of assets from related organization(s)

1h

No
No
No

No

i

Exchange of assets with related organization(s)

ii

j

Lease of facilities, equipment, or other assets to related organization(s)

lj

k

Lease of facilities, equipment, or other assets from related organization(s)

1k

I

Yes

11

m Performance of services or membership or fundraising solicitations by related organization(s)

No

1m

Performance of services or membership or fundraising solicitations for related organization(s)

No

n Sharing of facilities, equipment, mailing lists, or other assets with related organization(s) o Sharing of paid employees with related organization(s)

No

in to Yes

p

1p

No

Reimbursement paid by related organization(s) for expenses

1q

No

r

Other transfer of cash or property to related organization(s)

lr

No

s
2

Reimbursement paid to related organization(s) for expenses

q

Other transfer of cash or property from related organization(s)

is

No

If the answer to any of the above is "Yes," see the instructions for information on who must complete this line, including covered relationships and transaction thresholds
(a)
Name of related organization

(1) DALLAS HABITAT BUILDING HEADQUARTERS

(b)
Transaction
type (a-s)
K

(c)
Amount involved

(d)
Method of determining amount involved

206,210 FMV

Schedule R (Form 990) 2013

Schedule R (Form 990) 2013

Page 4

Unrelated Organizations Taxable as a Partnership Complete if the organization answered "Yes" on Form 990, Part IV, line 37.
Provide the following information for each entity taxed as a partnership through which the organization conducted more than five percent of its activities (measured by total assets or gross revenue) that was not a related organization See instructions regarding exclusion for certain investment partnerships
(a)
Name, address, and EIN of entity

(b)
Primary activity

(c)
Legal
domicile
(state or foreign country)

(d)
Predominant
income
(related,
unrelated, excluded from tax under sections 512514)

(e)
Are all partners section 501(c)(3) organizations? Yes

No

(f)
Share of total income

(g)
Share of end-of-year assets

(h)
Disproprtionate
allocations?

Yes

No

(i)
Code V7UBI amount in box 20 of Schedule
K-1
(Form 1065)

U)
General or managing part ner?

Yes

(k)
Percentage
ownership

No

Schedule R (Form 990) 2013

Schedule R (Form 990) 2013

Page 5

Supplemental Information
Provide additional information for responses to auestions on Schedule R (see instructions
Return Reference

Explanation
Schedule R (Form 990) 201…...

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