The Homes for Heroes Foundation donated $5,000 to the Veterans Airlift Command (VAC) to help finance 18 flights for service members like Sergeant Major, Ben (active duty Army Special Forces). In SGM Ben’s case, the flight allowed him to take a break from his inpatient rehabilitation in Virginia to visit his family in Florida for a few days.
Through the Erie Community Foundation and the Hamot Health Foundation, the Homes for Heroes Foundation was able to donate a $5,000 Hero Grant to support local volunteer firefighter, Luther Jones with the loss of his three children in a devastating Erie daycare fire.
Homes for Heroes real estate specialist, D’Ann Faught, and the Homes for Heroes Foundation presented a $5,000 grant to Hero Dogs Inc. to assist in training special service dogs who will care for American heroes. The organization is committed to serving disabled heroes because they believe their service dogs can improve the hero’s quality of life at no cost to the hero.
Are you ready for the kids to be back in school or do you prefer the summer vacation way of life? Regardless, times are changing soon for families across the country as kids head back to school. That means some things need to get done so your family is prepared. To make going back to school 2019 easier, we’ve assembled 14 helpful tips to get the family ready and save you some money!
On July 11th, 2019, the Chicago Association of Realtors (CAR) held their annual Golf Classic to raise money for the Homes for Heroes Foundation. 2019 marked the 112th year of the annual CAR Golf Classic. The event brought in over 144 members. The members helped raise $7,222 for the Homes for Heroes Foundation. Read More “Chicago Association of Realtors® Raises $7,222 for Homes for Heroes Foundation”
To honor the services of the Hickory, NC Police Department, Homes for Heroes with the help of mortgage specialist, Jamie Harrington, donated $1,000 to support the efforts of the Hickory Police Athletic Club (HPAC).
Whether you’re a teacher looking for the best deals for your classroom and students, or a little pick-me-up for yourself on the weekend, there are so many great teacher discounts for 2019/2020 you can find to take advantage of today! As back to school month quickly approaches make sure to check out these teacher deals to see how you can save money on everyday items for you and your students.
If you’re looking to sell your house, be prepared for numerous showings, plenty of cleaning, and lots of paperwork. One piece of paperwork that’s particularly important is your seller’s disclosure statement or form. This document advises buyers of potential issues with your home and can play a crucial role in protecting you from costly legal issues. To help speed up your home selling journey, here’s everything you need to know about creating a seller’s disclosure form.
If you’re looking to sell your home, there’s probably one question in your mind that stands out above all others: “What is my house worth?” Finding the answer to this question can be more difficult than you might think. There are a ton of factors that impact a home’s value, and some are easier to measure than others. Every seller wants to get top dollar for their home, and many people overestimate the value due to wishful thinking and the emotional connection they have with the home. But to determine the true value, you need to step back and be as objective as possible. Here’s how to separate facts from emotion and figure out exactly how much your house is worth.
Making the choice to sell your house is never easy, but once you decide to take the plunge, the real work begins. Getting a house ready to sell takes more effort than most people realize. It’s about making the small changes necessary to attract the most attention and generate the best offers. Sure, you could just list it as is. But with that approach, chances are good that your home will stay your home for a lot longer than you want. To help you sell quickly at your target price, here are six tips for getting a house ready to sell.