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Ground broken for Habitat for Humanity's Fuller's Landing subdivision

The dirt flies for the groundbreaking of Habitat for Humanity's Fuller's Landing subdivision. (Courtesy photo)
The dirt flies for the groundbreaking of Habitat for Humanity's Fuller's Landing subdivision. (Courtesy photo)
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Wednesday, August 28, 2013 07:59 am
Staff, along with the families who will work to get one of the 120 homes, celebrated the event Tuesday at the site just west of the Raven’s Cove subdivision in the 4300 block of west Cook Road. The subdivision, called Fuller’s Landing, will contain three models of home, featuring designs of one, one-and-a-half, and two-story floor plans with a minimum of three bedrooms in any design. The homes will also have two-car garages. The subdivision will be built beginning in September and over the next five to seven years, with homes built at costs ranging from $60,000 to $65,000. Homeowners, who must apply and have low to moderate incomes, will make monthly payments of $500 per month, including escrow. The nonprofit has worked to dispel concerns from nearby property owners. Buyers must get mortgages and have jobs. The homes assess for as much as $115,000.

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