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4 Feel Good Initiatives From the Housing Industry

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4 Feel Good Initiatives From the Housing Industry


July 28, 2020
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By PurpleHousePhotos

John Burns Real Estate Consulting gathered four positive initiatives from the housing industry, highlighting companies that have stepped up in this time of need. A group of 20 home builders, #BuildersCare, donated more than 200,000 pieces of PPE to first responders in April. Bath and kitchen manufacturer Kohler has used its resources to create face shields, about 9,000 a day to be exact. In the near future, Kohler anticipates producing even more on a daily basis. Home builder Taylor Morrison put together a wedding ceremony for a first-responder fiancee on the lot of the couple’s soon to be built new home, and PulteGroup delivered its 57th mortgage-free home to a deserving veteran.

Each week we strive to find new opportunities in the housing industry. In this edition of the Light, we choose to highlight instances of “inspirational wins,” when, against the backdrop of challenging circumstances, people demonstrate what is most important.

Our friends in the housing industry continue to inspire us as they mobilize during these trying times to help those most in need.

In April, #BuildersCare, a group of 20 public and private home builders banded together with suppliers to donate more than 200,000 pieces of personal protective equipment to first responders fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

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