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Veteran Housing – No Business Like Home Business

In this interview, I speak with Edwin Diaz with Helios Property Management about Veteran housing and multifamily investing. It is a great niche that does alot of good for our veterans.

What is No business Like Home Business? In this series, I interview fix and flip top producers in real estate from all across the country. We talk about rehabbing houses, flipping houses, investing, wholesaling real estate, real estate marketing ideas, rental properties, and more! I pull out as much information and as many golden nuggets as possible from my guests sharing knowledge to help you turn a small home business into the next big business!

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Veteran Housing – No Business Like Home Business

In this interview, I speak with Edwin Diaz with Helios Property Management about Veteran housing and multifamily investing. It is a great niche that does alot of good for our veterans.

What is No business Like Home Business? In this series, I interview fix and flip top producers in real estate from all across the country. We talk about rehabbing houses, flipping houses, investing, wholesaling real estate, real estate marketing ideas, rental properties, and more! I pull out as much information and as many golden nuggets as possible from my guests sharing knowledge to help you turn a small home business into the next big business!

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Housing Grants For Veterans To Pay Housing Bills-Financial Assistance

Housing Grants For Veterans To Pay Housing Bills-Financial Assistance

Housing Grants For Veterans To Pay Housing Bills-Financial Assistance
For Veterans, the transition phase from military life to civilian life is quite struggling. Unavailability of financial resources and insufficient savings makes it tough to afford housing bills, rent, mortgage payment or home purchasing loans, causing heavy debts. Due bills can cause constant harassment from the renters, creditors and can even lead to evictions, foreclosure, and homelessness. Financial crisis can be a scary situation hence the federal government, charities, Veteran organizations, community agencies, state and local governments have initiated housing programs, preventing homelessness and offering timely financial support and resources.first time home buyer grants, home repair grants for Veterans, housing grants for disabled veterans, free money for home buying, home repair grants, hud grants for home repair, housing grants

Visit – https://homepropertygrants.blogspot.com/2016/09/housing-grants-for-veterans-to-pay-housing-bills-financial-assistance.html

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Veterans Matter National Housing Program Partners with Crazy Cow Graphics

Honor the Heroes in Your Life & House More Veterans

Veterans Matter National Housing Program has partnered with Crazy Cow Graphics in an effort to put more veterans and their families into safe, secure, permanent housing. With the help of the fine folks at Crazy Cow, VM National Housing Program would like to invite you to honor the heroes in your life by purchasing an exclusive and customizable item from our new merchandise store.

Each item can be personalized at no additional cost and 50% of each purchase goes directly to getting our veterans off the streets and into a home for the brave in the land of the free.

Please consider honoring the veterans in your life by making a VM merchandise purchase through Crazy Cow Graphics.  We must take care of our own. You have the power to end Veteran homelessness! 2,700+ so far, 37,000+ to go.  #Mission1000more

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Housing Solutions for Veterans and Indian Country Today, You Can Help Us!

Housing Solutions for Veterans and Indian Country Today, You Can Help Us!

‎”Our Mission Statement” The goals of our Indian managed 501(c)(3) Charity/Non-Profit organization is to provide 100% funding options and Tribal ownership in economic project development, education in business, careers, jobs, personal finance, housing, long-term economic strategies, with instruction tools and implementation. We strive to play an important role in bringing self-reliance to our great Indian Nations, and our work with all branches of the USA Military we are an approved outreach resource.
We identify and implement solutions to all with our main focus on Indian Country and Military Past, Present, and Future:
Rescue | To rescue our veterans that are in financial crisis.
Restore | To restore the stability in the veterans financial household.
Rebuild | To build wealth and financial stability for all veterans with wealth building strategies.
While providing them home ownership ideally in their community.

“HELP US SUPPORT OUR TROOPS & VETERANS” Donate at www.NativeAmericanTIO.org Now!

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VA Housing Grants for Disabled Veterans, Housing Adaptation | Maura Neill, REALTOR

VA Housing Grants for Disabled Veterans, Housing Adaptation | Maura Neill, REALTOR

Maura Neill | Buy Sell Live Atlanta
RE/MAX Around Atlanta
404-919-5565
www.buysellliveatlanta.com

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If you are a disabled veteran, you may be eligible to apply for one of three housing grants offered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. I’m Maura Neill, a REALTOR in Atlanta, Georgia, and here’s a little more information about VA housing grants that might be helpful to you or someone you know.

As a REALTOR, I know how difficult it can be to find a home that has already been adapted to a disabled buyer’s specific needs. The VA has available grant monies for servicemembers and veterans who have certain permanent and total service-related disabilities, one more way the VA serves servicemembers’ and veterans’ housing needs. These housing grants help either with the purchase or construction of an adapted home or the modification of an existing home to accommodate a disability. Two main grant programs exist: the Specially Adapted Housing (or SAH) grant and the Special Housing Adaptation (or SHA) grant. Eligible veterans and servicemembers have experienced one or more of the following conditions: loss of or loss of use of both arms and/or both legs; blindness in both eyes or only light perception; certain severe burns; and certain severe respiratory injuries. The SAH and SHA benefit amounts are set by law, but may be adjusted upward annually based on a cost-of-construction index. The grants are available more than one time to eligible servicemembers and veterans, but no individual may use the grant benefit more than three times up to the maximum dollar amount allowable. A third temporary grant may be available to SAH/SHA eligible Veterans and Servicemembers who are or will be temporarily residing in a home owned by a family member. If you are a servicemember or veteran and you are thinking of purchasing a home, visit us online at OurHeroesAtHome.com or call us today. We would love to discuss your homebuying options and set up a personalized homebuyer consultation with you. Contact us today – we look forward to serving those who have served.

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From Homelessness to Housing: Helping Veterans Succeed in SLC

From Homelessness to Housing: Helping Veterans Succeed in SLC

Three chronically homeless Veterans rebuild their lives by taking part in programs managed by the Housing Authority of SLC. It has adopted the Housing First model. which puts a roof over the heads of the homeless first, and then helps them solve other issues. Overall, the program’s success in reducing homelessness in SLC tops 70 percent.

Andrew Montoya, a US Army Veteran, explains how easy it can be to become homeless and how it can happen to anyone. He has had to deal with serious health problems recently, but managed to get a vehicle and is taking steps toward independence.

Toulon Mattox, a US Navy Veteran, tells how the program is helping him get back on his feet after he ran into trouble with the law. The program has helped him find the right routes to take as he gets back on track. Without the help, he just had doors slammed in his face, he said.

Kim Stuart, a US Army Veteran and recovering alcoholic, explains how much the staff at the Housing Authority of SLC has helped him since he left the shelter to start the program. It’s kind of like living with your parents, he said.

According to the US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Nearly 40,000 Veterans in the U.S. are homeless on any given night. Nationally, about 11 percent of the homeless population is made up of Veterans, according to the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans.

Since 2006, the SLC program has helped 839 chronically homeless people, including many Veterans, transition into permanent housing. That’s a participant success rate of more than 80 percent.

Since 2005, VA programs have reduced the number of homeless Veterans by 70 percent nationwide, according to US Dept. of Veterans Affairs.

Donate to the program and help struggling Veterans stay housed at http://www.haslcutah.org/

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Housing for veterans can help a vulnerable population

Housing for veterans can help a vulnerable population

Bills in the Legislature may help struggling veterans with housing.

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