She’s a homeowner now, which was cause for joy from Lizbette Saenz-Rodriguez (center), who hugged her mother, Maria Cardona, on Sunday before a house blessing ceremony in the 4700 block of Northeast 46th Street in Kansas City, North. The Rodriguez family celebrated the completion of their new home, built by the family and volunteers through the Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Kansas City. It was purchased with a zero interest, 30-year mortgage. The family put hundreds of sweat equity hours into helping to build their new home.
She’s a homeowner now, which was cause for joy from Lizbette Saenz-Rodriguez (center), who hugged her mother, Maria Cardona, on Sunday before a house blessing ceremony in the 4700 block of Northeast 46th Street in Kansas City, North. The Rodriguez family celebrated the completion of their new home, built by the family and volunteers through the Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Kansas City. It was purchased with a zero interest, 30-year mortgage. The family put hundreds of sweat equity hours into helping to build their new home. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
She’s a homeowner now, which was cause for joy from Lizbette Saenz-Rodriguez (center), who hugged her mother, Maria Cardona, on Sunday before a house blessing ceremony in the 4700 block of Northeast 46th Street in Kansas City, North. The Rodriguez family celebrated the completion of their new home, built by the family and volunteers through the Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Kansas City. It was purchased with a zero interest, 30-year mortgage. The family put hundreds of sweat equity hours into helping to build their new home. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Home ownership is a ‘life changer’ for family who helped build their own house

February 08, 2015 08:08 PM

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