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Friday, June 16, 2006

New Hope Construction


www.NewHopeConstruction.org

Founded in 1996 by W. Russell Meade, New Hope Construction began with the vision of providing simple, quality built, affordable Pre-framed House Packages to churches and other non-profit organizations for low-income families and our "11th House" Program donates tithe houses. Our products and services are now available to the general public.
All revenue generated supports the financial requirements of our mission and Seniors at Home.
NHC's Seniors at Home is for seniors with limited income who need decent, affordable housing.
New Hope Construction is the best cost saving value available on today's pre-framed housing

I spoke with Jim Crowley regarding working with non-profits to help THEM rebuild, and he would love to hear from any and all who lost their buildings. Please call HIM at 1-866-396-4673
To see some of their floor plans, use the following link:
http://www.newhopeconstruction.org/templates/col12lb/details.asp?id=27765&PID=160897

Disaster Relief Housing Project (in Pearlington, MS right now)

TOLL FREE 1-866-396-4673

New Hope Construction also accepts VISA OR MASTER CARD.

To provide immediate housing for families and individuals in need, NHC has designed transitional housing units: bunkhouses, cottages, and lodges to house families and volunteers. These units cost between $15,000 to $20,000 and come furnished with kitchen appliances, living room, dining room, and bedroom furniture. Units are portable and can be set up on any lot. As a family/individual reaches sustainability, receives insurance settlements, etc. the unit can be passed on to another family or the unit can be converted to permanent housing.

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