Update: 441 N Montford Avenue

This home was featured on the blog back in October of 2010, and we’re happy to report it was purchased by Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake, and rehabbed.  It looks wonderful, as do all of their homes — and it’s now ready for the new homeowner to move in.

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Update: 1121 Ward Street

Another fantastic renovation by Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake!  This home was in absolutely horrible shape, the front wall was bowed — neighbors feared it would cave in. This is definitely worth looking at the before pictures…and the after:

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Update: 1224 W Ostend Street

I’ve watched the total transformation of this home, and I think it’s almost complete — thanks to Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake!  You can see the before pictures here — it was a mess. This is a perfect example of what can happen when a home is in the right hands — and transformed […]

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Link Roundup

Whether you agree with Jimmy Carter’s politics or not, you can’t dispute the fact that he’s done some amazing humanitarian work — especially with Habitat for Humanity.  He’ll be coming to Baltimore in October to work on some HFH homes, according to Jamie Smith-Hopkins in the Baltimore Sun. And in the “Cry Me a River” […]

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Chesapeake Habitat for Humanity: 9 on 09-09.

Have you heard about the innovative effort from Chesapeake Habitat?  They’re starting construction on nine houses on 9-09.  Yes, you read that correctly — NINE houses on September the 9th.  They’ll be constructing them through the month of September, and the homeowners will move in October the 17th.  What makes these homes unique is the […]

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