To us, the men and women who work in public service are heroes. To show our tremendous gratitude for your dedication to serving our country and your communities, Homes for Heroes wants to assist you in buying your new home in Chicago. We commit to making your home buying experience more affordable.
In Minnesota, in 2002, Homes for Heroes Inc. was established. Partnered with thousands of real estate agents and lending professionals around the country, we are working to help save you money on your home purchase.
Heroes We Serve
Our mission is to serve those whose lives are spent helping others. If you have or are currently serving in one of the following occupations, you qualify for Homes for Heroes savings:
Sign up now for more information. There’s entirely no obligation to you, and we will connect you with a Homes for Heroes affiliate real estate agent or loan officer specialist in the Chicago area.
How It Works
When you sign up, we connect you with one of our Chicago-based real estate agents to help you find the home of your dreams. When you use a Homes for Heroes affiliate real estate specialist to buy or sell a home, you’ll receive a Hero Rewards check in the amount of $700 for every $100,000 of the purchase price after you close. For example, if you buy or sell a home for $500,000, you’ll receive $3,500!
Homes for Heroes can even assist you in financing your home purchase. Our loan specialists can find outstanding home loan options while saving you $500 on lender fees. On average you can save an additional $200 when you use Homes for Heroes title and home inspection specialists.
We are thrilled for you in your decision to make the “Windy City” your new home! In choosing Chicago, you are selecting an economically diverse area that is a hive of industry. It is a place filled with culture, that has the third largest population in America, and is one of the most touristic cities as well.
As you begin the hunt for your home, we are here to provide you with some facts to help affirm that Chicago is right for you:
Access to education is not something you have to worry about when moving to Chicago. For public education, there are 600 elementary and high schools throughout the city, under the Chicago Public Schools. You also have access to numerous private schools, with a variety of denominations and several that are entirely secular and eleven selective enrollment high schools for the most academically advanced. The options for in-state higher education is not in short supply. Per the U.S. News & World Report, these institutions are among the top ranking “National Universities” in the U.S., including the University of Chicago, which is in the top ten universities in the world.
Chicago is booming with employment opportunities. As a highly diversified hive of industry, it was determined to have the most balanced economy in the United States. In 2014, the city and its surrounding metropolitan area contained the third-largest labor pool in the country.
If you’re a festival lover, you won’t want to miss Lollapalooza and the Pitchfork Music Festival. Chicago also provides a rich culture of the arts, being the birthplace of house music and its distinctive fine art tradition. You can look forward to visiting places like Cadillac Palace Theatre and Symphony Center for theatrical and musical performances.
Chicago is filled with 570 parks, 31 sand beaches, 50 nature areas, two world-class conservatories and museums upon museums. Two of the cities most prominent parks are Lincoln Park and Washington Park, combined they make up 1800 acres of beauty. For additional outdoor adventures, the Cook County Forest Preserves augments a network of open spaces that contain forest, prairie, wetland, streams, and lakes, just outside the city and beckoning you for adventure.
It would be a disservice to us not to mention the Magnificent Mile or the Mag Mile. It’s currently the largest shopping district in Chicago, where a variety of mid-range and high-end shops line approximately 3,100,00 square feet of street along with restaurants, hotels, and museums.
Chicago provides an array of public transportation, such as Greyhound Megabus and commuter rail via Metra or Amtrak. Both the O’Hare International Airport and the Midway International Airport provide you the convenience of air travel. For those who prefer a more environmentally friendly means of travel, you’ll enjoy access the largest bicycle-sharing system in North America.
Access to good healthcare is such an important thing, and Chicago happens to be the home of two of the country’s premier academic medical centers: Northwestern Memorial Hospital and the University of Chicago Medical Center. These facilities are just two among other top-ranking healthcare institutions in the metropolitan area.
You can see that buying a home in Chicago will afford you an array of opportunity, adventure, and culture. Homes for Heroes is ready to help you make your big city dreams come true.
If you’re looking for a home for sale in the Chicago area, call Homes for Heroes today!