With the governor’s goal to build 3,000 new affordable homes by 2017 in the background, Guam is moving forward on more affordable housing for its residents. A groundbreaking ceremony held in the Machananano area this week will lead to 10 single-family affordable three-bedroom 1,250-square-foot homes.
“This is about the Guamanian dream, about people owning a home for themselves,” Gov. Eddie Calvo told the Guam Pacific Daily News, adding the event could be called a home building rather than a groundbreaking.
Funding for the Renewal Homes Project comes from the HUD’s HOME Investment Partnership Grant and the Community Development Block Grant.
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