Good for Homeowners
Our cities have a rising number of people living in homes with empty rooms who recognize the value in renting to vetted people working in the non-profit sector.
Homeowners feel good about contributing to the social health of the community, and enjoy supporting people working in areas they themselves are passionate about, such as Animal Rescue, the Arts or Education.
"I'm not able to be a foster parent, but I can help by providing affordable housing for Child Protective Service workers. I love the companionship and shared interests, and appreciate the vetting that comes with public agency employment.”
Bridget is a homeowner in Seattle, Washington. She talks about her experience with Room for Good (formerly House A Hero) and calls it "a game changer."