If you know of an abandoned, foreclosed, or neglected house in Patterson Park that needs to be renovated, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
1. The condition of the property.
2. Property dimensions (length, width, and basement height) and the availability of street parking. Any information you have about the house is great.
3. Address of property
It’s also helpful to search out properties in our neighborhood. Remember — it increases YOUR property value for doing so!
Email email@example.com to give information about a house or a renovator you know. Addresses and info will be sent to the renovators on our list.
Join the rooftop revolution — and save money in the process! — by putting words into action and making the choice to go solar. By joining this movement, you have the potential to reap triple benefits for you, the environment and for PPNA.
We are partnering with the innovative solar company Sungevity to raise money for our neighborhood while improving your bottom line. By sending Sungevity a request for an iQuote , you will immediately be connected with a solar specialist who will help you understand if your house is eligible to be powered by the sun. And if you go solar through this program, you’ll get a $750 credit from Sungevity.
It’s actually pretty simple. Sungevity has created the most affordable way to go solar with no money down and low monthly payments that will replace your current electricity bill – with up to a 15% reduction in costs. You simply lease solar panels for your roof and for every home that PPNA helps go solar, we receive a $750 donation from Sungevity. To date, Sungevity has donated over one million dollars to nonprofit organizations who partnered with them in this program!
In the end, you could end up having your home powered by solar for less than you were paying in electricity bills before, plus, Sungevity will also give you a personal $750 credit towards your system combined with a donation of $750 for PPNA. How’s that for a win-win situation?
Sungevity is an innovative solar provider that is democratizing clean energy by making it simple, efficient, and affordable for all homeowners to use solar power. With its unique online iQuote process and Solar Lease, Sungevity has helped thousands of satisfied customers across the country free themselves from the ever-rising cost of traditional electricity while significantly lowering their carbon footprint. There’s never been a better time to join the Rooftop Revolution, and Sungevity is making it easier than ever.
Join PPNA in the solar movement. Send in for an iQuote today and start the process of getting clean, affordable solar energy for your home.
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The PPNA Greening committee wants to help you plant more trees! We’re working with Banner neighborhoods on a grant for digging tree pits first — and that will be followed by the trees! The pits will be completed this spring, and hopefully the trees will follow shortly thereafter. We are also working with neighbors who are trying to get potted trees since their block is too narrow for pits. We are looking into funding for this project. We are personally seeing to a tree being planted in front of Ginny Dobry’s former home, and contemplating a plaque or something commemorative to mark her recent passing. One very notable development to mention in the newsletter is that any resident can now request a tree — they do not have to be the property owner. Email me for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Southeast Community Development Corporation’s trained and knowledgeable housing counseling staff helps homebuyers like you navigate home buying, lending, sale contracts, incentive programs and more! Take advantage of the CDC’s FREE home buying classes, offered once a month in English and in Spanish. We also offer the home buying workshop online for a fee. Call the Southeast CDC at 410-342-3234 or visit them online at southeastcdc.org for enrollment information.
As a partner of the Healthy Neighborhoods, Inc., the CDC helps home buyers find great deals, access low-interest Healthy Neighborhoods loans and find resources for renovations. Call Kari Snyder at 410-342-3234 ext. 29 or email her at email@example.com for more information.
Local artist Kini Collins is displaying artwork at Roman’s Place on Decker Avenue in May and donating 20% of the sales to PPNA’s Ginny Dobry Fund.
Please stop by and see “LandSCRAPes” at Roman’s Place. The show’s opening reception is Tuesday, May 6 from 6:30 – 9:30pm.