Some of the warmest, kind-hearted individuals that you may come across in your life are nurses. Often given little recognition for what they do, monetarily and in regards to notoriety, these professionals make it their goal to enhance comfort and lessen anxiety in important, sometimes frightening, health-related situations. Whether their focus is on children, or caring for the elderly, these fine individuals complete an outstanding work. It is for this reason that it is difficult to consider that many nurses, behind their smile and giving hearts, are forced to deal with stresses that come along because of the lack of substantial salaries that could help them in their processes of purchasing a new home.
The Look2Brooke Group at Keller Williams Realty East Valley, in Tempe, Arizona believes the same thing. That is why they have launched a program that makes it easier for nurses to purchase homes – an otherwise very costly endeavor. The program acknowledges the difficulty that exists in finding and purchasing a home, and how that can negatively affect hardworking nurses from investing in their future because of the time, effort, and money they waste in renting a home. In addition to alleviating the associated stresses that come from the aforementioned wasting, this newly launched program provides assistance in the form of monetary grants, searching for preferred lenders, and free home appraisals.
The Look2Brooke group and supporting community have found great pleasure in one donation in particular. A new homeowner and nurse by the name of Morgan Montes was honored by way of a two hundred and fifty-dollar donation that was made to the AZ Nurses Foundation in Tempe, Arizona in her honor. Montes, recently purchased a house through the Look2Brooke Group. As a benefactor of Tempe, Arizona’s Nurses Foundation, Montes was thrilled with the opportunity to contribute to the program that assists other nurses like herself.
Like Morgan, Brooke and her team at Look2Brooke are excited to see the effects of their launched program and to think about the motivated progress that will be made on behalf of nurses in regards to the purchase of their new homes. Any contribution is a significant one, as it is inspired by the idea of creating a program that desires to provide hard-working individuals like Morgan with the opportunity to purchase a home that would otherwise be very difficult.