HOMEAID PARTNERS WITH VANGUARD BUILDERS ON ANGEL REACH DUPLEXES
HomeAid Houston is partnering with Vanguard Builders to construct three duplexes for Angel Reach, a non-profit in the Conroe area. Angel Reach serves homeless youth who have timed out of Foster Care or were released early from Foster Care programs, who still need GED/HS diplomas, higher education and or life skills training.
Vanguard Builders will work with Eric Maksym with Starter Homes of Texas, to construct the 3 duplexes that will house four youth. The first phase of the project includes 9 duplexes consisting of 18 units and the completed project will eventually total 24 buildings.
“HomeAid is honored that Vanguard Builders has joined the team to help change the lives of at-risk youth in the Conroe area,” said James Miller, president of HomeAid Houston. “We are grateful for their commitment to the community and their professionalism within the construction industry.”
Vanguard Builders provides turnkey single family and multi-unit properties to investors seeking above average cash flow. They identify land in underserved neighborhoods and “infill lots”, and build new properties for investors. Vanguard Builders also builds properties for investors who already own lots or parcels of land and want to develop the land and build single family or multi-unit properties on the site. Vanguard’s builds single family homes in Conroe/Montgomery County area in communities that include Lake Conroe Forest, Chateau Woods, Royal Forest, Frontier Lakes and Holly Estates.
“We were excited to learn about the duplex project at Angel Reach,” said John Wynn, president and founder of Vanguard Homes. “Building supportive housing for disadvantaged youth is right in our wheelhouse, and knowing these duplexes are within the community where we build is an incredible opportunity.”
HomeAid was started in 2003, and the first shelter was dedicated in 2005. Since then, 73 projects have been completed, adding and impacting over 1750 beds and providing over 1.3 million nights of sleep. This is a 15.8 million dollar added value in housing and improvements. Annually, HomeAid’s projects serve over 5000 homeless men, women, children and veterans in Houston.
For more information about HomeAid Houston visit www.homeaidhouston.org or call 281-970-8970.