Posted Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Habitat for Humanity is now the nation's sixth largest builder of homes, still using a formula that includes volunteers, needy families and a lot of sweat equity. More than two decades after Habitat began building homes in Northeast Ohio we'll look at the state of the program here. Who's building? Who's buying? And what about re-habbing of the many houses emptied by foreclosure? Join us, Tuesday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas.
Economy, Regional Economy/Business - News, Miscellaneous, Community/Human Interest, Housing/Real Estate
Sue Henderson, vice-president for U.S. and Canada, Habitat for Humanity.
John Habat, executive director, Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity
Rochelle Fisher, president and CEO, Habitat for Humanity of Summit County
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