Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic Completes Home Closing for Habitat for Humanity

April 9, 2015


On March 31, Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic students Alexa Ackermann (pictured, left) and Sam Wright completed their third real estate closing this semester for their client, Habitat for Humanity St. Louis. Thanks to their work, a single mom and her five boys now have a stable and affordable place to call home. The icing on the cake: the home includes a large backyard, providing a wonderful and safe place for the boys to play.




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