First Story celebrates 59th Home Dedication in Nampa Idaho!
April 28th, 2016 – Nampa, Id. – A local Family realized the dream of homeownership Wednesday, April 13th, as non-profit First Story, in partnership with local builder Hayden Homes, handed the Hashagan Family the keys to their new home. The Hashagans celebrated their new home in Nampa’s Ranch community during a dedication ceremony with friends, family, and team members from both First Story and Hayden Homes.
To qualify for the First Story home, the Hashagans went through a comprehensive interview and assessment process, and was required to meet certain income guidelines. They purchased the home from First Story through a 30-year, zero-interest and zero-down payment home loan. Loans are awarded to qualified families below 80 percent of area median income.
The Hashagan Family is the 59th recipient of a First Story home in the Northwest and the third home to be dedicated in the Treasure Valley Company-wide, this is the 59th Home Dedication.
“First Story is about changing lives,” said First Story Founder and Hayden Homes Chairman Hayden Watson. “We work to not just build homes, but to build hope and fulfill dreams for families and people like Miles & Ashley.”
About First Story
First Story, a 501(c)(3) public non-profit, provides vital affordable home ownership opportunities throughout the Pacific Northwest. Together, with its founder and building partner Hayden Homes, First Story has served over 10,000 families though new home construction, home ownership opportunities and community giving. For more information visit: www.FirstStory.org
About Hayden Homes
In the 26 years since it was established in Redmond, Ore., in 1989, Hayden Homes has built 11,000 homes in over 300 communities, across more than 50 cities, spanning four states. Hallmarked by a commitment to delivering wealth for the customers and communities in which they build, the trusted Northwest company donates a portion of every home sold back to the local community through their not-for-profit, First Story. This organization has delivered more than $5 million in support through their Community Giving and Grant Home programs.