Help for Harvey Survivors, Homeowners, and Potential Homeowners will be onsite.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) September 14, 2017
The Houston Black Real Estate Association will sponsor a homeownership and recovery event on September 16th to support the #HoustonStrong recovery efforts for Hurricane Harvey victims. The event was established to offer residents comprehensive services close to home, as well as provide clean-up and beautification services to a flooded neighborhood.
At the event, attendees impacted by Hurricane Harvey will have the opportunity to meet with FEMA, Veteran Services, Attorney’s, Housing Counselors, Credit Professionals the Small Business Association and Mortgage Companies regarding temporary housing, home loans, and assistance options available to them. Attendees will also have access to food, school uniforms, free cleaning supplies, water, personal hygiene products and more to take with them as needed. There will also be services onsite to help potential homeowners who were in the market for a home before Hurricane Harvey.
The event will be held at Greenhouse International Church at 200 W. Greens Road, Houston, Texas 77067, on Saturday, September 16th from 10 AM to 5 PM. This event is free to all attendees and children are welcome.
For more information or to register online, visit Eventbrite.com under HBREA Road to Homeownership. You can also call 713-551-2092.
About Houston Black Real Estate Association
HBREA is a non-profit 501© (6) organization and the Houston chapter of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB). NAREB is the oldest and largest Black/African-American trade association in the country dedicated to “Opening the Doors to Democracy in Housing.” This event will be the first for the area as part of NAREB’s nationwide initiative to house 2 million Black/African-American homeowners over the next five years. The Houston area goal for the next five years is set at 22,500 new homeowners.
Dr. Keschia Matthews