34470 Gateway Dr., Suites 100 & 110 Palm Desert, CA 92211
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At Habitat for Humanity of the Coachella Valley, HOPE is not a dream but a way of making dreams become reality. That is why Habitat volunteers, supporters and partner families are working together to build, renovate and repair houses. Their work strengthens families, cultivates better communities, healthier children and more successful students. Donate today and help us build healthy homes for those most in need.
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Habitat for Humanity Coachella Valley, with Palm Desert City and the Home Depot Foundation, has completed this three-bedroom home in Palm Desert, to ADA specifications for a low-income, disabled veteran or his/her disabled family member. The buyer must be honorably discharged and meet certain eligibility requirements, as well as providing evidence of financial responsibility. For more information call Family Services at HFHCV, (760) 969-6917 for application information. The houses will be sold at no profit, with a small down payment and low interest mortgage. NO Agents or brokers, please!
This house is in the heart of Palm Desert, CA, 44879 San Benito Way, convenient to shopping and recreation. It has three-bedrooms, two and a half baths, all new appliances, low maintenance desert landscaping, easy access adaptations.
If you are interested or know of someone who might be, please contact Family Services at (760) 969-6917.
Your donations to Habitat for Humanity Coachella Valley help build and repair affordable homes in our community. Call us, we will pick up your donations and give you a coupon for ReStore purchases.
Call us at (760) 770-3723
34470 Gateway Dr., #110
Palm Desert, CA 92211
Cathedral City High School Students working with Sal