It needs carpet, address numbers on the outside of the house and maybe a few more minor details to get wrapped up. But besides that, the First Weber Foundation Habitat for Humanity House in Milwaukee is done and the homeowners move into the home in two weeks!
Over many months, agents from First Weber’s Southeastern Wisconsin area came together to put up walls, drive nails, touch up paint, drywall and more. View more First Weber Foundation Habitat house pictures as it was being built.
It was a worthwhile and rewarding journey on many levels. Executive Vice President Tammy Maddente states that working on the Habitat house was "A life changing experience." Suzanne Head goes on to say "It was probably one of the most fulfilling experiences that I have ever had! To build a home from scratch for someone who has never owned a home before was overwhelming and brings tears to my eyes. The volunteers across numerous First Weber Group offices did an outstanding job, some of them going over to the house to work for many days." Kudos go to Jim Christenson and Abigail Busby who coordinated the volunteers for the First Weber Foundation Habitat for Humanity house.
We are thankful to have had the opportunity to help – an opportunity that would not be possible without the support of the First Weber Foundation which supports housing related charities around Wisconsin. The Foundation is funded by First Weber Group owners, agents and employees.
Enjoy your new home, Joe and Camena Sloane!
Thank you for reading the First Weber Wisconsin real estate blog. Have you ever worked on a Habitat house? If so, please share your experience in the comments.