Meet the Rodriguez/Sotelo Family

In November 2012, Crescensio Rodriguez and his wife, Edma Sotelo, were expecting their third child. The couple and their two children, Gabriela and Jonathan, were living in Crescencio’s trailer, but they wanted more space for their growing family. […]

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The Bush School Capstone Study on Homeownership Shows Improvement on Quality of Life

Founded in 1989, Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity built its first home in 1990 with the Gonzalez family. Since then, we have given 292 families the opportunity to build and purchase their own decent, affordable homes.

This past academic year, the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M […]

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Meet Habitat homeowner, Marissa Escalante

When Habitat homeowner-to-be Marissa Escalante helped lay sod in the yard of a fellow Habitat homebuyer, she woke up the next morning with a body so sore it hurt to move.

“Building a house is hard!” she said.

And she’s right. But hard work […]

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