*The U.S. is suffering from a crises of a zero (0) inventory of truly affordable, new "workforce homes", that are in high demand, but that demand is not being met.
*Most U.S. cities are experiencing record homelessness with people living in shelters, campers and their cars or on the streets out in the cold. This is due mostly to today's high cost of housing and the lack of good paying jobs.
*40 percent of Americans (131,179,000) can't afford housing, food and other basic needs.
*U.S. inter-agency council on homelessness.
*Homeless Are Costing Cities Like Seattle Billions Of Dollars Per Year:
*United States Statistics:
*43,000,000 people on Food Stamp assistance.
*372,417 homeless individuals.
*180,413 homeless people in families.
*96,913 chronically homeless individuals.
*37,878 homeless veterans.
*36,361 homeless youth.
*Seattle's Cost Of Homelessness Other U.S. cities experiencing similar cost.
*#100,000,000 people homeless world-wide #1,600,000,000 billion people living without adequate housing.
*Our Company Was Founded On One Core Principle . . .
Everyone deserves to have a home