Mission Statement

Our mission is to inspire and motivate our Low-Moderate Income Community to take the steps necessary to reach for and achieve the American dream of homeownership, equal justice and healthy families.

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What REACH Does

Real Estate Education and Community Housing, Inc. (R.E.A.C.H.) has an involved presence in the community and works hand in hand with real estate industrial professionals and corporate partners and sponsors. R.E.A.C.H. has a commanding presence among the community and never waivers when it comes to assisting low to moderate income families achieve the dream in homeownership. Take a look at some of the events R.E.A.C.H. has been able to be a part of in providing for neighboring communities. Don't miss out - reach out and find out today how R.E.A.C.H. can help you.


Our Recent News

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R.E.A.C.H. Helps Vietnam Veteran Become a First Time Homeowner

R.E.A.C.H. – or Real Estate Education and Community Housing – works with low-income families in Southeast Florida to become homeowners.

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9 Tax Deductions Every Homeowner Should Know About*

1. Mortgage Payments The biggie: You can deduct the amount of interest paid on your mortgage. If you purchased your

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Carl Staley, Veteran Honored at Gator/UAB Football Game

Carl Staley was honored on-field for his service to our country during the Vietnam War Era. Carl was a sergeant

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Financial Wellness Seminar a Big Success

R.E.A.C.H. held a financial wellness seminar on November 4th 2017 at the Renaissance Charter School at Palms West and it

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Avoiding Scams

Summer is a busy homebuying season. If you’re in the market for a new home this year, watch out for

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Homebuyer Regrets

An article in the July 9, 2017 Palm Beach Post by Jonnelle Marta is worth reading by all prospective home

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With the help of FCLF, R.E.A.C.H will rehab 12-20 homes/year

  “Taking blight properties from abandonment to life, is not as easy as it looks. A lot of communication, coordination

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Reach Returns To Washington

On May 18, 2015, REACH team members, Patricia Tracey, Chief Executive Officer and Kenesha Wood, Director of Counseling, returned to

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Fed’s final push for HARP?

Brena Swanson February 17, 2016 Before the Home Affordable Refinance Program expires at the end of 2018, the Federal Housing


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