James T Webb, Author and Master Builder, Gives National Call for Affordable Housing Rebirth

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James T Webb, Master Builder and author of "Save Your Neighborhood", highlights both the challenges and solutions for redeveloping distressed and vacant single family homes across America.

James T Webb, Master Builder and author of "Save Your Neighborhood", highlights both the challenges and solutions for redeveloping distressed and vacant single family homes across America. Webb is giving a national call to all black men to return home and rebuild their neighborhood using THE WEBB AFFORDABLE HOUSING MODEL. Through its pages Webb shows real life methods needed in order to create completely rehabbed affordable single family homes with an average sales price of $65,000.

Webb gives specific instructions on how to eliminate blight, joblessness, homelessness, crime, recidivism, gentrification, and other ills that plague African American and low income communities across America, while at the same time he teaches his readers how to "Prosper" through utilizing the WEBB Affordable Housing Model in their old neighborhoods. Webb says, "It's up to you to come back and make a difference".

With over 25 years of construction experience under his belt, Webb has redeveloped over 500 affordable single family homes, church construction and multi-million dollar estate home construction projects. Despite the challenges of being a Black Master Builder, Webb has continued to weather the challenges and now writes to millions of other would be builders to call them back to redevelop low income communities across America. Receive the benefits of his many years of "Real Life Experiences" that only he can tell you about, and allow your WAHM to change America and to change your life.

For more information, visit http://www.saveyourneighborhood.com. James Webb is available for phone, radio and television interviews by appointment; e-mail (Wahm @ bigstring.com).

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