Did you know that when you home buy or sell your home you can positively impact someone else’s life? By working with a Home For A Home member such as myself, you will be helping to make the world a more safe and secure place for someone in need.
I believe that we live in a world where those who can help should. Being a part of an organization that shares those same values is something very dear to me. My goal, like those of other agents in the group, is to fund and build homes for those in need. As a Home For A Home member, I am committed to making a donation to Home For A Home with every closed transaction. Know that by working with an agent such as myself you will also be helping to provide a family the same feelings of safety and comfort we do.
Contact me for more information on Home For A Home and how you can help a family in need through real estate.
Our mission is to provide homes for those in need.
We are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization driven by the belief that a safe, solid home can be the catalyst to dramatic and positive change in people’s lives.
In high school, ‘Home for a Home’ founder Nick Cooper visited Mexico every spring break with a group of fellow students to build houses for the poor. The experience of seeing such stark poverty and lack of adequate housing left a lasting impression.
After college, Nick found success in his real estate career, but over time felt a lack of purpose and became determined to find a way to create a positive impact through his work efforts.
Inspired by the rise of social enterprise, Nick explored the idea of using real estate as a vehicle to relieve suffering and provide hope in people’s lives.
With the innovation and expertise of fellow co-founders Chris Cheng and Joey Schultz, the concept of using revenue from real estate transactions to sustainably support home construction for those in need was created.
how it works
When someone uses a ‘Home for a Home’ member to represent them in the purchase of a property, the agent donates a portion of their commission to fund the construction of a home for a family in need.
The houses are simple, yet solid.
They provide a huge improvement from the conditions most of our recipients are living in before receiving one of our homes.