(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Habitat for Humanity.)
By Larry Hendricks | AZ Daily Sun
The median home price in February for Flagstaff was more than $600,000, according to local real estate estimates.
That kind of price makes it difficult — or impossible — for many families in the area, or for those wanting to move to Flagstaff, to purchase a home.
But Habitat for Humanity of Northern Arizona has a plan. They’re called “Starter Homes,” and the first two have been approved to be built on a city-owned parcel on the corner of O’Leary Street and Butler Avenue.
“To me, this is a really exciting opportunity to help a wider variety of families in our community,” said Kim Murdza, president of the HFHNA Board of Directors. “This gives us the potential to build more than our one or two homes annually — which is especially needed in our current times.”