120 People in 8 Groups Helping Mayor Webber Form Short-term Policy▸
Santa Fe New Mexican | May 2, 2018 – Hundreds of Santa Fe residents volunteered to develop short-term policy plans for new Mayor Alan Webber as part of the his transition to office. More than 120 people have now been assembled into eight advisory groups.
SunPower by Positive Energy Solar▸
KOB4 | April 20, 2018 – Khalil is joined by Elena Gonzales and Christopher Fortson, Marketing Coordinator at SunPower by Positive Energy Solar to discuss making the change to going solar.
Affordable Housing: The Need for a Multifaceted Approach▸
Santa Fe New Mexican | April 7, 2018 – Perhaps the most-mentioned issue in Santa Fe’s recent municipal election was affordable housing. Now that the election is over and the work of governance begins, what can the city of Santa Fe do to have a real impact on our affordable housing crisis?
Evite ser víctima de fraude al comprar una casa nueva▸
Telemundo | April 1, 2018 – La barra de abogados hispanos organizó una clase dirigida al público en busca de una casa nueva. El propósito de la misma fue informar a la comunidad acerca de los riesgos que existen al comprar una residencia bajo contrato de dueño a dueño.
Mayor on Mission to Recruit Young People▸
Santa Fe New Mexican | April 1, 2018 – Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber is preparing to launch Operation Boomerang. An author long before he was a politician, Webber recently employed the term after receiving a lesson in the city’s demographics from a university professor. He sees a population gap that is troublesome.
One-on-One with Mike Loftin▸
Albuquerque Journal | March 26, 2018 – Thank goodness for Mr. Box. Mr. Box was Mike Loftin’s math teacher at McKinley Middle School, one of those iconic teachers who set you on the right path at just the right moment of life.
Homewise, Loan Fund get Compass Investment▸
Albuquerque Journal | March 2, 2018 – Two New Mexico groups that make loans to boost home and small business ownership have gotten a total of $2.8 million in low-interest loans from BBVA Compass bank. Homewise, which helps people buy homes, has received $2.3 million, and The Loan Fund has received a $500,000 loan from the bank.
Bank Invests Millions in New Mexico Nonprofits▸
Albuquerque Business First | March 2, 2018 – On Thursday, Birmingham, Alabama-based BBVA Compass gathered clients and other leaders from Homewise Inc. and the New Mexico Community Development Loan Fund to announce it was going to invest $2.8 million to the two organizations.
New Santa Fe Housing Community Aims to Combat High Real Estate Costs▸
Albuquerque Business First | March 1, 2018 – A new housing community that aims to counter the high real estate costs in New Mexico's capital celebrated its grand opening on Feb. 24 and 25.
The Great Recession Was a Big Step Backward for Black Homeowners▸
USA Today | February 26, 2018 – Gwynn Gittens had always been a renter, and every place she rented had white walls. When she saw the Lehigh Acres, Fla., spec house with its pale gold walls and Italian tiles, “It was just perfect,” Gittens said. “This was home.”