National “Home for Heroes” Program to Launch in Shawnee, Kansas and Surrounding Areas

A national program to provide financial support to community heroes will officially launch in Shawnee, KS and surrounding areas on May 8th during a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Shawnee Chamber of Commerce building located at 15100 W 67th St Shawnee, KS 66217. The Homes for Heroes program provides financial assistance to military personnel, firefighters, law enforcement officers, educators, and medical professionals who are purchasing a home.

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Shawnee, KS (PRWEB) May 05, 2014

Homes for Heroes has the potential to reach thousands of heroes in Kansas once it is up and running. Scott "Gregg" Turner, one of the local lenders participating in the program, explained, “Kansas’s heroes serve our community every day and they deserve more than just recognition. This program seeks to thank them in a meaningful and tangible way, through financial support during the home buying process, for all of the good they do for our community.”

The Homes for Heroes program is comprised of Realtors®, lenders, and other real estate-related providers who are willing to offer substantial rebates and discounts to heroes in these service professions when they purchase a new home.*

Three local real estate agents and two loan officers have joined together to bring this great program to the area as Homes for Heroes of the Heartland. Working together they cover Heroes in Johnson, Wyandotte, Douglas and Leavenworth counties. Tom Funkhouser, a retired Air Force veteran with Reece & Nichols Real Estate states, “Homes for Heroes is a perfect fit. I get to work with heroes and give back to those who give so much.”

WHAT:         Home for Heroes of the Heartland Ribbon Cutting

WHERE:        15100 W 67th St Shawnee, KS 66217

WHEN:        May 8th, 2014 at 3:00pm

For more information about the national Homes for Heroes program, visit http://www.homesforheroes.com

*As allowed by state law.


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