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Refer a person looking to buy or sell a home and build one for a needy family

Refer a person looking to buy or sell a home and build one for a needy family

I’d like to invite you into a way to build a home for a needy family in Tijuana. My wife and I spoke about a way to give back from the success she’s having as a real estate agent. My wife is in the hunt for National rookie of the year for Keller Williams (2012 will be officially her first full year and she has 5 homes closed or going through escrow, after she started in May of 2011 and sold 9 homes).

How can you help? If you know anyone in the US looking to buy or sell a home, we will connect them with a top agent (based on the agents past performance) in the area they live.

And with every lead you’ll be sent a $25 gift card to Starbucks just for your help! And..

One needy family will have a home built for every 10 homes sold.


This program will be run through YWAM’s Homes for Hope. They have been building homes in the Baja area of Mexico for almost 20 years now and have completed over 3000 houses. Target groups are the poorest of the poor – those in food poverty, that do not have shelter improvement as their first priority and those experiencing basic-needs poverty, who while they can feed themselves, have little left to improve their living conditions. It is recognized that given the right circumstances and assistance, both these groups will be able to change their circumstances and future productivity. In 1997, in recognition of the impact in the city of Tijuana, the Mayor awarded YWAM San Diego/Baja the Civic Merit Award from the City of Tijuana (the highest award given) for service to the community.

Participate in the Homes for Hope Real Estate Challenge.

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