It is no surprise that much interest in our organization has arisen from the veterans community and the Veterans Administration itself. We are one of the few organizations that has ever been invited to Veterans Hospitals. There we educate veterans in the home buying process. Since the VHO does not make money by representing veterans we can be counted on to be impartial and keep their best interest at the forefront of the entire real estate process. To create further awareness, we must have the means to effectively reach veterans through social media and other outlets including seminars and other events.
If not me then who? When I recognized an opportunity to help my fellow Veterans, I did not hold back. For me, there are more important things than money. There is nothing better than helping to strengthen the Military and Veterans community. I still feel a sense of duty and obligation towards other Veterans and always will. Myself and this organization will do what is in the best interests of veterans “PERIOD”.
Chad SeBour, Founder
The VHO approaches the homeless veteran epidemic in a new way. While many organizations exist to house and feed the homeless, almost none exist that keep veterans and their families from becoming homeless.
Through cash gifts, better interest rates, lower mortgage payments and more, our unique process directly effects the probability that a veteran will keep their home. Thus, proactively combating homelessness
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Joey Brown, Retired Chief Warrant Officer, USCG - 443-889-0670 RE/MAX Realtor, Maryland
Tina Tennyson, CW04, U.S. Coast Guard Retired - 703-347-3816 Century 21 Realtor, Virginia