Rodriguez Family

Stories of Hope

Meet the Rodriguez family

In August, we dedicated the new home where Juan Carlos, Ma Luisa and their 3 children will build a new life together. Both parents have stable jobs but still could not afford to purchase a home without the help of Austin Habitat. Before buying their Habitat home, the family was sharing a one-bedroom apartment. "I'm so happy to have a permanent place, to stop renting, to have more space and a stable life," Juan Carlos says. For Ma Luisa, she's thrilled "to set an example for our kids to work hard." 

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An Austin Habitat homeowner with her children

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Information Session

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HYP Movie Night

Join the Habitat Young Professional's at the Alamo Drafthouse on South Lamar to watch Marvel's new movie, Ant Man.

 

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Realizing the American Dream

Learn the ins and outs of becoming and staying a homeowner.

 

 

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