Asset Building for Immigrant Communities through Affordable and Sustainable Homeownership▸
Green Money Journal | September 15, 2020 – Homeownership is one of the most important ways that Americans create financial security and build wealth, which are critical to a family’s financial well-being and quality of life.
Aaron Fowler from Homewise Talks with Host Miles Conway about Building Generational Wealth via Home Ownership▸
Build Together: The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association Radio Hour | September 12, 2020 – Aaron Fowler, Homewise Qualifying Broker, spoke with Miles Conway, Executive Officer of the Santa Fe Area Homebuilders Association about all things Homewise, including entries in the upcoming Parade of Homes…
Midtown project to have a range of housing▸
Albuquerque Journal | June 28, 2020 – When it comes to affordable housing, an emphatic “absolutely” was the overriding answer from the groups tasked with the redevelopment of the Midtown campus.
Christus St. Vincent, Homewise partner to help with homebuying▸
Santa Fe New Mexican | June 27, 2020 – In late August, Melissa Roecker walked into the first house she had ever owned. “It felt like a big accomplishment,” she said. Roecker, a pharmacist at Christus St. Vincent Regional…
Homeowners impact neighborhoods, and neighborhoods impact homeownership▸
Pattern Energy New Mexico | June 23, 2020 – “Homeowners impact neighborhoods, and neighborhoods impact homeownership,” is not only a philosophical idea, it is one of the guiding principles of Homewise, a CDFI (Community Development Finance Institution) in New…
Images of isolation: ‘Social Distance’ exhibit features amateur and professional photographers▸
Albuquerque Journal | June 5, 2020 – Photography is one way to document time and place. As the world continues to change, these moments are important.
Alone together: ‘Social Distance Photo Exhibit and Curbside Poetry’ focuses on pandemic▸
Albuquerque Journal | June 5, 2020 – Reality has changed, and IGersABQ has collaborated with Albuquerque Art Walk, Homewise and The Ruppe for the “Social Distance Photo Exhibit and Curbside Poetry” on Friday, June 5.
Catch the cool summer breezes in Silver City, stroll the ABQ Art Walk, explore the mysteries of space, and chill out at Abiquiú Lake.▸
New Mexico Magazine | June 5, 2020 – That summer Friday feeling. You’re out past sundown and don’t need a jacket; the crickets are singing, and the air is fresh; you’re going to your favorite spot to meet…
In Albuquerque, Placemaking Persisted even as City Life Was Suspended▸
Nonprofit Quarterly | May 19, 2020 – Writing for Shelterforce, Johanna Gilligan recently described Albuquerque as a “sprawling, car-centric town.” That’s why it was so remarkable that the city’s residents embraced ABQ Artwalk, a placemaking initiative that involves parking…
Albuquerque Artists Sustain Connection Despite Social Distancing▸
Shelterforce | May 19, 2020 – Placemaking is an inherently in-person practice, but it doesn’t always have to be. In Albuquerque, a community exhibit was reimagined to highlight the work of local photographers, who captured striking…