Homie Donates $14,000 to United Way of Southern Nevada as Part of Partnership to Help Those Struggling During Coronavirus Crisis Stay in Their Homes

Homie Donates $14,000 to United Way of Southern Nevada as Part of Partnership to Help Those Struggling During Coronavirus Crisis Stay in Their Homes
“Finding out my 5-year-old son Benji had cancer again while we were in the midst
of a business shutdown and global pandemic was overwhelming,” said Azalea
Sanchez, Benji’s mother and recipient of funding from the Homie Fund. “I am so
grateful for the financial assistance the Homie fund provided to the United Way
of Southern Nevada to support Ayden’s Army of Angels that has enabled us to
stay in our home and give us a bit of hope during this horrible time.”

Homie, a real estate technology company that has been changing the way homes are bought and sold since 2015, announced it has donated $14,000 to United Way of Southern Nevada (UWSN) as part of its partnership on the Homie Fund that helps Las Vegans most impacted by COVID-19 avoid home foreclosure and pay utility bills. Homie started the fund with a $10,000 donation in April and committed to providing $500 to the fund for every home bought or sold with the company in Southern Nevada through September, totaling $14,000 in the last quarter.

In addition, Homie continues to waive its $2,500 listing fee for those in Las Vegas who were directly impacted by the economic crisis stemming from the government shutdown and need to sell their homes.

Homie is a full-service real estate company that saves home buyers and sellers thousands of dollars through a combination of technology, flat fees, and professional real estate agent support. Just as Uber and Lyft transformed transportation, Homie is revolutionizing the real estate industry in Southern Nevada by offering virtual tech solutions and experienced local agents to provide homebuyers and sellers with unprecedented savings, simplicity, and service – especially important in today’s challenging and tumultuous economy.

“The percentage of mortgage payments that are late, undoubtedly due to financial hardship during this unprecedented economic and healthcare crisis, continues to rise and that is why it was important to us to partner with United Way of Southern Nevada to help those in need over the last few months,” said Kris Cuaresma-Primm, general manager of Homie in Las Vegas.

“As the needs continue to grow in Southern Nevada in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Homie’s support comes right in time to help families struggling to keep a roof over their heads,” said Kyle B. Rahn, United Way of Southern Nevada President and CEO. “We are so grateful for the continued generosity and support of Homie for helping those who need it most in Southern Nevada.”

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Homie is a real estate technology company changing the way real estate is bought and sold by eliminating high fees and commissions. The company simplified an outdated and overcomplicated process through a combination of technology and full-service real estate agent support. Homie is the #1 listing brokerage office in the state of Utah and is growing quickly in Arizona and Nevada. With real estate, home loans, closing services, and insurance, the Homie Tech family is making every aspect of buying and selling a home simple, affordable, and enjoyable. Finally, the way modern real estate should be. To learn more, visit www.homie.com