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.
A ‘Forever Home’ for Family of Six▸
Alex and Kristine bought their first home through Homewise in January of 2015. Shortly after moving in, they were surprised to find out that they had their fourth child on the way.
Making Dreams Come True in Barelas▸
Raul and his wife Shamrah knew that owning their own home was an important step in their long-term financial security and explored what it would take to become homeowners. They worked on their credit and saved for a down payment.
Investing in a Stronger Community▸
Alicia was born and raised in New Mexico and Lucas is a native of New York. Together they found their mutual home in the historic Barelas neighborhood of Albuquerque where Alicia’s family has lived for generations.
The Perfect Place to Spend Time Together as a Family▸
The first thing you see when you walk through the front door of Ricardo and Claudia’s Albuquerque home is a pool table. They used to have to go out to play at bars and clubs, but now they can stay home and play together.
Solar Opportunity Loan Fund created▸
Today solar energy is becoming more accessible to low and moderate income households in Santa Fe thanks to two local environmentalists turned investors. Richard Khanlian and Ann Alexander have set out to make solar available to everyone.
Home Expansion Plans Aided by Solar Savings▸
Eric wanted to go solar primarily to save money on his electric bill and take advantage of tax credits. After his first month on solar, he saw not only significant savings on his bill, but actually got a $5 check back from PNM.