Buy a Home with Homes for Heroes of Little Rock, Arkansas

Thank you for your hard work and dedication to helping others. You’ve dedicated your life to helping others, and Homes for Heroes wants to say thank you and help you purchase your dream home in Little Rock, Arkansas. It is our goal to honor you and your service by making your purchase of a home more affordable.

Who We Are

Homes for Heroes, Inc. is the nation’s most extensive network of affiliate real estate and lending specialists committed to helping you find a house and receiving tremendous savings in the process.

How We Work

When you use a Homes for Heroes affiliate to purchase your home, you receive $700 for every $100,000 on the price of your home. For example, if you buy a home for $250,000, Homes for Heroes would mail you a check for $1,750. If you are selling your house, and use a Homes for Heroes affiliate specialist, you will get a 25% credit on their gross commission at closing.

You get money back on your purchase of a home, and you are also helping other heroes in need. To expand its circle of giving, Homes for Heroes, Inc., donates a portion of its earnings to the Homes for Heroes Foundation. The Foundation awards Hero Grants to local nonprofit charities serving our heroes in need.

Heroes, We Serve

The mission of Homes for Heroes is to give back to those who have given to their communities. You qualify for this program if you are currently or were formally one of the following:

  • Military (Active, Reserve, Veteran)
  • EMS
  • Firefighter
  • Law Enforcement
  • Teachers
  • Healthcare Workers

SIGN UP today, and we will connect you with a Homes for Heroes affiliate specialist in the Little Rock area with no obligation. We are here to help you find the home you want and to save you money in the process.

Choosing Little Rock

Deciding to purchase a home is a big step in your life. If you’ve chosen to settle down in Little Rock, you’ve made an excellent choice. Little Rock is the most populated city in Arkansas and is also the state’s capital. This city is a cultural, government, economic, and transportation center of both Arkansas and the South.

Education

Education is essential to the future of our country. Little Rock School District is home to five high schools, eight middle schools, 31 elementary schools, one early childhood center, as well as two alternative schools, an adult learning center, a career-technical school, and an accelerated learning center. The Arkansas School for the Blind and the Arkansas School for the Deaf are both state-run schools operated by the Board of Trustees of the ASB-ASD. There are also many private schools to choose from as well.

Little Rock boasts of two universities, The University of Arkansas System, and The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, along with two smaller colleges, Philander Smith College and Arkansas Baptist College.

Employment

Several businesses have headquarters in Little Rock, including Windstream Communications, Simmons Bank, Rose Law Firm, Central Flying Service, and Bank of the Ozarks. Non-profit organizations also have headquarters in Little Rock, those being Winrock International, Heifer International, Lions World Services for the Blind, Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, FamilyLife, The Nature Conservancy, and Audubon Arkansas, as well as the Clinton Foundation and the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now.

Festivals

The Little Rock Film Festival is an annual film festival that takes place in the historic Little Rock River Market District every spring. It hosts panels, workshops, parties, and youth programs and has showcased the best in Documentary, Narrative, and Short Films from around the world.

Recreation

Little Rock boasts of several cultural sites, including the Arkansas Arboretum, the Arkansas Arts Center, the Robinson Center Music Hall, and the Wildwood Park for the Arts, the largest park in the South dedicated to the performing arts. Other notable places include the American Taekwondo Association World Headquarters, the Little Rock Zoo, Pinnacle Mountain State Park, and the Big Dam Bridge, the longest pedestrian and bicycle bridge in North America to never have been used by trucks or cars.

Little Rock is home to several sports teams, including the Arkansas Travelers of AA professional Minor League Baseball, the Little Rock Rangers of the National Premier Soccer League, and the Little Rock Trojans of the NCAA Division I the University of Arkansas.

Transportation

Little Rock is served by two major Interstate Highways and four auxiliary Interstates, making a daily commute easy. You can also use the Rail, as Amtrak offers a northbound service to Chicago and a southbound service to San Antonio twice daily. The train carries couches, a dining car, a sleeping car, and a Sightseer Lounge car.

Six airlines serve a combination of 14 national and international gateway cities, including Dallas, Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, and Orlando. Greyhound Lines can take you to Dallas and Memphis, as well as intermediate points throughout, allowing for multiple connections to other cities and towns. Jefferson Lines can get you to Fort Smith, Kansas City, and Oklahoma City.

A public bus service is provided by the Rock Region Metro and offers 23 regular routes, three express routes, and special event shuttle buses and paratransit for disabled persons.

The Little Rock metropolitan area allows for several opportunities for you and your family to purchase your ideal home, or to sell your home.

SIGN UP today and let Homes for Heroes help you make your dreams come true and save you some money along the way.