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Habitat For Humanity and LGI Homes to Build Four Homes in One Week

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Habitat For Humanity and LGI Homes to Build Four Homes in One Week

The unprecedented event will follow a 24-hour-a-day schedule to build four new homes for four deserving families in Montgomery, TX

March 2, 2023
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LGI Homes, in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County, Texas, recently announced its participation in the construction of four homes for four deserving families in Conroe, Texas. Participating trade partners have agreed to donate their materials, time, and expertise to help support the event, which will take place from Feb. 27 through March 4. At the end of the week-long Blitz Build, the homes will be move-in ready for the four families partnering with Habitat Montgomery County.

“We are very proud to partner with Habitat for Humanity on this extraordinary endeavor,” stated Charles Merdian, Chief Financial Officer at LGI Homes and Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County Board of Directors Member. “Making families’ dreams of homeownership a reality is deeply embedded in LGI Homes’ DNA. For twenty years, we have had the privilege of seeing firsthand the positive, lasting impact that ownership can have on families and communities. The Blitz Build project allows us to take the experience, expertise and partnerships we have built as one of the nation’s largest homebuilders and apply them in an unprecedented way – building four new homes for four deserving families in the span of only one week."

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