50 new homes coming to Santa Fe▸
Vista Serena is Homewise’s newest community located in the popular Tierra Contenta neighborhood. The development site is nestled into a gentle hillside that sits adjacent to a shallow canyon crisscrossed with walking paths. Morning is a great time to visit, when the eastern facing ridge is bathed in light from the rising sun and builders arrive to finish Homewise’s model homes.
Homewise Launches Emergency Mortgage Assistance Fund▸
Homewise seeks foundations and municipalities to join in an unprecedented partnership to help low-income homeowners weather the COVID19 crisis and its economic consequences. With over 30 years’ experience helping to create successful homeowners and strengthen neighborhoods, Homewise has launched the initiative to help vulnerable residents who may be at risk of losing their homes due to a lack of ability to pay mortgages.
Voting and Alternate Currency▸
Voting is an invaluable currency. It engages people, inviting them to pay attention to the decisions that are being made in their names. And we’re not just talking about the high profile national elections.
Tessera Brings Expansion to Santa Fe Public Use Trail System▸
The public use trail system in the northwest hills of Santa Fe will be expanded by an additional five miles through the new Homewise Homes community at Tessera. The newly expanded trail system winds throughout the Tessera neighborhood.
21 Ways to Save Money and Buy Your Own Home▸
Here is a list of ideas to help you save money and buy your own home. With the right tools, you can save for a down payment and reach your goal of homeownership. Keep in mind that not every idea will work for every person.
Barbara Ehrenreich: Improving the Lives of Working Santa Feans▸
The discussion focused on how Santa Fe could work together to improve the lives of working families. Leaders from Santa Fe Public Schools, Santa Fe Institute, City of Santa Fe, and La Familia Medical Center were present.
Homewise Issues a Call for Artisans▸
Homewise is seeking New Mexico artisans to create handmade articles made in New Mexico to be installed in these homes. Examples of these are outdoor lighting fixtures, address tiles, door…