Habitat for Humanity is Renovating More Houses Than It's Building

Habitat for Humanity is Renovating More Houses Than It's Building

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Tara Bellucci
Dec 16, 2014
(Image credit: HFHI/Brian Myrick)

Why is Habitat for Humanity building fewer homes these days? In short, the cost of land. The nonprofit finds itself renovating more properties, especially with the abundance of foreclosures available in metro areas like Detroit. And while it's not much less expensive, it's a way to bring life back to blighted neighborhoods.

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