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Timing Your Move to a New Home

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: May 8, 2020

At H&H Homes, homebuyers frequently ask us about timing. For instance – how quickly can you move into your new home? How long does the closing process take? What about building from scratch – how long will it take to construct a new home? And, while COVID-19 has us social distancing, how long does it take to move into a home while minimizing onsite visits? Once you have found a community that meets you and your family’s needs and your dream home is already built, the timeframe for a move is roughly 20-45 days. A newly constructed home is move-in ready after 6-8 months. We are observing social distancing and offering virtual tours at your convenience via Skype, Facetime, or other interactive video apps. We can also accommodate visits to model homes – we ask that only the prospective home buyer attends. Despite social distancing, our flexible offerings for home viewing during the pandemic will not impact the timeframe for moving into a new home.

Are you in the market for a brand new home and have questions about the process? Be sure to visit our new home buying FAQ page.

H&H Homes is proud to announce our partnership with Lone Survivor Foundation on the construction of a facility in Fayetteville, NC.

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: November 20, 2019

Lone Survivor Foundation a 501 (c)3 non-profit based in Houston, Texas and was established to provide relief, direction and hope to military families with a series of five-day Post-traumatic Growth Programs that take place in a relaxing, military-friendly environment.

The Foundation broke ground on their first retreat facility in Crystal Beach Texas in 2014 and has since helped over 2,000 service members and their families.  Fayetteville is blessed to have Lone Survivor Foundation choose this location for their second retreat facility.

Lone Survivor Foundation house that is being renovated

Lone Survivor Foundation house that is being renovated

The newest facility will sit on approximately 40 acres of wooded property surrounding a large lake in north Fayetteville.  An existing 5,000 sq. ft building is in the process of being renovated.  The interior is being updated to create a relaxing and comfortable environment for the program participants during their stay.

Lone Survivor Foundation uses therapeutic tools that focus on restoring the mind, body and spirit of combat veterans who live with symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, mild Traumatic Brain Injury, and chronic pain.  The Program includes the veterans’ significant others and their children to strengthen and guide the whole family unit.  Together with the family, LSF builds a plan for continued recovery once they return home.

All of Lone Survivor Foundation’s services are provided at no cost.

H&H Homes will be constructing a second building on the property this fall that will be used for Accelerated Resolution Therapy, Trauma-Informed Yoga, Group Educational Classes,

Aerial of Lone Survivor Foundation Property Fayetteville, NC

Aerial of Lone Survivor Foundation Property Fayetteville, NC

Creative Arts, Alpha-Stim, and more. The facility will be approx. 2,000 sq. ft with 4 bedrooms and a large group yoga studio.  The back of the home will have a screened-in porch that looks out on the lake.

The home is ‘valued at’ $204,600, which is the retail price for a comparably built H&H home. In support of the Foundation and the veterans that it supports H&H Homes is not accepting any profits on the project.

Being established here in Fayetteville by Ralph and Linda Huff in 1991, H&H Homes has deep roots in the community and proudly provides high-quality, affordable new homes for military families serving at Fort Bragg, NC. The couple and the company continually support the military and the Fayetteville community, which is why they were so eager to assist and participate in the project.

Renovations and construction are planned to be complete in 2020. A grand opening and ribbon cutting will be held and the community will be invited to tour the new facility.

Many items will be needed for the new location, and supporters interested in donating supplies can view the Amazon Wish List to purchase. Please include your name and address in the “Gift Comments” section so that you can be thanked for your generosity!  https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1AHKGEK45QHGD/ref=hz_ls_biz_ex

There will also be a Legacy Walk constructed on the property and commemorative bricks can be purchased and personalized online and are a great way to send a message of thanks to the military families that will be at the facility, or to honor the service of a loved one. You can learn more at: https://lonesurvivorfoundation.org/legacy-brick/.

For more information on Lone Survivor Foundation please visit their website at https://lonesurvivorfoundation.org