Homewise Company Profile▸
Since 1986, Homewise has been helping people achieve their homeownership goals. We do this by focusing on our customers and placing their long-term financial wellbeing as the highest priority. We share in our customers’ challenges and successes.
From Tiny Apartments to Spacious Living▸
For Katie and her husband Thomas, lack of space was always an issue. Living in small apartments had become a normal part of their life. They finally came to a point where they wanted make Santa Fe their permanent home.
Voting and Alternate Currency▸
Voting is an invaluable currency. It engages people, inviting them to pay attention to the decisions that are being made in their names. And we’re not just talking about the high profile national elections.
Preparing Your Home’s Energy for Fall Weather▸
Your home is a big investment. Keeping it operating efficiently makes it comfortable for you and your family and keeps energy costs low. Here are some simple tips to reduce your home’s energy consumption.
Defying the Odds: Maria Luisa’s Story▸
When Maria Luisa first came to the United States from Mexico, it was her dream to own a home and create a better life for herself. However, the better life didn’t come easily and her life went down the road of alcoholism and drug addiction.
Building a New Life in America▸
Patrick and Esperance were forced to flee their home during the Republic of the Congo Civil War in 1999. They found themselves living a transient life among other Refugees in Uganda for 13 years while waiting for approval to resettle in the United States.
Homewise at the Orpheum▸
With the Orpheum Community Hub as our Albuquerque Homeownership Center, we are positioned to create over 600 new homeowners and help more than 60 homeowners make necessary home improvements in Albuquerque over the next three years.
Neighborhood Revitalization in Albuquerque▸
Homewise is contributing to neighborhood revitalization without displacement by working with new and existing homeowners to reduce vacant home inventory, stabilize home values, and turn properties that have become symbols of disinvestment into symbols of revitalization and hope.