Buy a Home with Homes for Heroes of Fort Bliss, Texas

You are a hero, and you spend your life serving others. Now, you want to buy a home. Let Home for Heroes help you save money right here in Fort Bliss. Homes for Heroes uses a nationwide network of affiliated real estate professionals who save you money on your real estate transactions and also help you through the entire process.

Homes for Heroes, Inc. started in Minnesota in 2002. From the beginning, we’ve committed to giving back to the heroes in our society. Our company now partners with thousands of real estate professionals throughout the nation. Along with helping individual heroes, the Homes for Heroes Foundation gives grant money to nonprofits in communities all over the United States.

How Homes for Heroes works in Fort Bliss

Homes for Heroes can make the dream of homeownership a reality. When you use a local realtor associated with Homes for Heroes, your realtor rebates a portion of their commission to you at closing. You’ll also get money back from your HFH affiliated lender. That’s right; you’ll get a “Hero” Reward Check at the end.

The program more works explicitly like this. When you use a Homes for Heroes affiliate real estate agent to purchase a home, you save $700 on every $100,000 of the home price. For example, if the house you are buying costs $250,000 you would save $1,750. And, Homes for Heroes will send you a Hero Rewards® check for the amount you saved on your home.

When you sell a home, your Homes for Heroes agent specialist will provide you with a 25% credit on their gross commission at closing.

Not only will you receive exceptional service and save money on your home, but when you use Homes for Heroes, you also help other heroes in need. A portion of Homes for Heroes’ earnings is donated to the Homes for Heroes Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that provides assistance to heroes in need.

The average Hero Rewards Check in the United States is around $1,500.

Do You Qualify?

We assist people who dedicate their lives to service:

  • Military (active, reserve, veteran)
  • Firefighter
  • Law Enforcement
  • Healthcare
  • EMS
  • Teachers

SIGN UP now to chat with Homes for Heroes affiliate specialist in the Fort Bliss area. We’ll answer all of your questions with no obligation to you.

Welcome Home to Fort Bliss Texas

Congratulations on deciding to buy a home in the vibrant multicultural El Paso metropolitan area! Whether it’s outdoor play in the 300+ days of sunshine, serious shopping in El Paso and Juarez, indulging in delicious Southwestern food, or cheering on the El Paso Chihuahuas minor league baseball team, the El Paso metropolitan area offers many delights.

The region affords a high quality of life. With a little over one million residents in the area, El Paso ranks as one of America’s Safest Cities. Residents access rich education and healthcare options. There is a wide variety of exciting communities, so it’s easy to find a community to fit your needs.

Education in El Paso

Education is a priority in the area. According to the City of El Paso, approximately 77% of adults hold a high school diploma. Adults who desire higher education can take advantage of the community college, University of Texas at El Paso, and Texas Tech University Health Science Center. El Pasoans are also able to enroll at nearby New Mexico State University as in-state students.

Healthcare Professionals; William Beaumont Army Medical Center & VA Medical Center

El Paso has numerous medical facilities. William Beaumont Army Medical Center and the VA Medical Center both take care of our military heroes. The University Medical Center partners with Texas Tech University’s medical school to provide outstanding medical care in the region.  

Jobs in El Paso and near Fort Bliss

This border area has a myriad of job opportunities. Many people find positions in the education, law enforcement, and healthcare fields. El Paso is home to Fort Bliss Army Base. The U.S. Border Patrol and the U.S Department of Homeland Security hire significant numbers of people in the area. Retail, commerce, and agriculture also contribute to the workforce.

Restaurants, Catering, and Quality Food

One of the best parts of life in this part of the country is the fantastic food. You can feast on a sumptuous steak at “the manliest steakhouse in America” according to Men’s Health Magazine. Chico’s Tacos has served up magnificent Mexican offerings for years.

Outdoor Fun and Activities

With 300+ sunny days each year, El Paso is an outdoor paradise. The Chihuahuan Desert beckons rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, and wildlife observation adventurers. The El Paso area has a myriad of golf courses, tennis courts, and swimming pools for even more outdoor fun. Bike enthusiasts enjoy road and off-road rides year round. Walkers and runners have numerous desert trails to explore in the desert and mountains.

Spectator Sports

If you prefer to get your exercise cheering on your favorite team,  you’ll get quite a workout. The UTEP Miners field a team in most sports and the men’s basketball team usually gets invited to the NCAA basketball tournament. The El Paso Chihuahuas are an AAA minor league baseball team affiliated with the San Diego Padres. Each December, college football fans cheer at the second oldest bowl game, the Sun Bowl.

Festivals

Who doesn’t like a good community party? El Pasoans enjoy a calendar of festivals throughout the year. Some of the favorite events are Winterfest, Texas Country Music Fest, Sun City Craft Beer Festival, and the Neon Desert Music Festival. The KLAQ International Balloonfest highlights each summer.

Shopping

This area has countless shopping options. Savvy shoppers find bargains at the Bassett Place, Cielo Vista Mall, The Fountains of Farah, Sunland Park Mall, and the Outlet Shoppes of El Paso. Military personnel shop at Freedom Crossing at Fort Bliss. A short trip across the Mexican border opens up, even more, shopping opportunities.

Homes for Local Heroes

El Paso is proud to have numerous real estate agents signed up under the Homes for Heroes program. If you have ever been a police officer, firefighter, teacher, or military personnel, then you could qualify.

How it Works

The program is setup to help save on the high cost of buying, selling, and refinancing a home. On average, heroes that have used the program save around $1,500.  How that works is when you use a Homes for Heroes affiliate real estate agent for your transaction, a portion of their profit is set aside. It’s just something they want to do, as a way to say, “thanks.”

Not only does part of the money goes to you, but a portion is donated to the Homes for Heroes Foundation, to help other heroes. So not only are you benefiting from the program, but you are assisting others to give back.

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