Homes for Heroes wants to thank every military member for their service. That’s why we provide military discounts on homes, whether you’re buying, selling or refinancing. We also look to maximize the money you save by leveraging other benefits. For example, in addition to the military discounts on homes we provide, you can also take advantage of your VA home loan benefits. You qualify for the military discounts Homes for Heroes provides if you are an active military, reserve or veteran member of any branch of the armed forces. Here’s how we do it.
If you wanted to buy a home, and someone said to you, “We will help you find the home you want, and when we’re done, we will mail you a hero savings check in the amount of $2,000 simply because you serve the community,” would you believe them?
It’s no joke. Homes for Heroes has done this nationwide for tens-of-thousands of heroes like you. It’s what we do and we do it well. Here’s a look at our process and how easy we make it to get your hero savings.
Buying a home is a big achievement, and one worth getting excited about. But the costs and other issues that come with a home purchase can sometimes leave homebuyers feeling overwhelmed and stuck behind the financial eight ball. Thankfully, Homes for Heroes offers Hero Rewards® savings and unmatched personal service to help our heroes overcome those obstacles. Here are five common challenges homebuyers face and how the savings and services provided by Homes for Heroes can help homebuyers get ahead.
Buying a home is such a complicated process that sometimes it feels like it would take a whole team to get everything done. We know our heroes aren’t afraid to go it alone, but Homes for Heroes is here to be your trusted partner in the home buying process. The benefits of working with Homes for Heroes — both in terms of simplifying the home buying process and saving money with Hero Rewards® — are simply too good to pass up. Let’s look at how Homes for Heroes is elevating the home buying process with qualified specialists working on your behalf who provide heroes with significant Hero Rewards savings.
Long hours, disgruntled patients, and the daily stress of managing life-and-death situations. At Homes for Heroes, we realize some of the challenges faced by doctors, nurses, technicians and other medical healthcare professionals. You have a difficult and often thankless job. But your contributions to your community do not go unnoticed. We want to thank you for your dedicated commitment and hard work by saving you money on your next home purchase. Whether a first-time homebuyer or an experienced homeowner, here are five ways Homes for Heroes can help healthcare professionals buy a home.
Teachers are more than just educators. They’re counselors for students going through hard times. They’re role models for young people trying to find their way. They’re cheerleaders helping celebrate successes big and small. But teachers have another skill they may not even recognize themselves: Teachers make great homebuyers.
The homebuying process can be extremely complex, but teachers are prepared for the journey because of the skills they’ve developed in their profession. From emotional intelligence to more practical skills, here are the top characteristics that make teachers great homebuyers.
Taking on a home renovation project can feel incredibly daunting, not only because of what it means for your house, but also what it means for your wallet. You want to increase the value of your home, but at what cost? Thankfully, heroes who work with Homes for Heroes to buy, sell or refinance a home are rewarded with incredible savings they can put back into their home improvement projects. Here are a few ideas on how to use your Hero Rewards® to fund a home renovation that adds value without breaking the bank.
The midterm election is finally over. After enduring the seemingly endless political ads on TV, it’s probably the last thing you want to think about. But if you’re in the market to buy, sell or refinance a home, the outcome of this election may have a profound impact on your prospects. While things may be chaotic during the campaigns, the post-election period brings some much-needed clarity to the housing market. Here’s what to expect now that the election is over.
For many people, the new year brings big changes — and there are few changes bigger than selling a home. You may be ready for a fresh start, but deciding whether you should sell your house is no easy decision. There are a whole host of financial factors to consider, not to mention the emotions that come with leaving a place you’ve made your home. With so much to think about, making the final decision may come down to one simple question: Will 2019 be a seller’s market? The short answer is yes. But it’s not all good news. There are a million factors that affect the housing market, and here are the main points you should consider when deciding to sell your house in 2019.
A deployment is one of the hardest things a member of the armed forces can experience in their military career. But it’s almost equally difficult for families who miss their loved ones and want to see them return safe. Many spouses dream of having their husband or wife come back to a brand-new house so they can jumpstart their lives stateside again. But buying a home is extremely complex, especially if your spouse is overseas and unable to help in the search. That doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Here are some tips on buying a house when your spouse is deployed.