In the Northland, two organizations are helping renters become homeowners. One of them is the Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Kansas City, an ecumenical Christian housing ministry. Lizbette Rodriguez carries siding during the construction of her family’s home in Kansas City, North, which is a project of the Fuller Center.
In the Northland, two organizations are helping renters become homeowners. One of them is the Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Kansas City, an ecumenical Christian housing ministry. Lizbette Rodriguez carries siding during the construction of her family’s home in Kansas City, North, which is a project of the Fuller Center. T. Rob Brown Special to the Star
In the Northland, two organizations are helping renters become homeowners. One of them is the Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Kansas City, an ecumenical Christian housing ministry. Lizbette Rodriguez carries siding during the construction of her family’s home in Kansas City, North, which is a project of the Fuller Center. T. Rob Brown Special to the Star

Northland programs help put renters into homes of their own

September 16, 2014 05:38 PM

UPDATED September 17, 2014 10:21 AM

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