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2024 Realtors Luncheon

Join NeighborWorks Waco for a catered lunch and learn event where we will share with local Realtors how NeighborWorks Waco can make your job easier! We can help your clients – OF ALL INCOME LEVELS – with each step of the home-buying process – everything from money management, understanding credit, obtaining a mortgage loan, and…

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2024 AARP Tax-Aide Free Income Tax Preparation

NeighborWorks Waco and other local organizations participate in the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program that provides tax assistance to anyone, free of charge, with a special focus on taxpayers who are over 50 or have low to moderate income. Tax-Aide volunteers are trained and IRS-certified every year to make sure they know about and understand the…

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NeighborWorks Waco Celebrates 30 Years of Building Stronger Neighborhoods

NeighborWorks Waco has now been in business for just over 30 years. Our beginnings were in August of 1993, and our office consisted of a cubicle on the fourth floor of the Waco City Hall. We are much appreciative of the Waco City Council for the vision they had to assist in the startup of…

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Show your support with a FREE NeighborWorks Waco Yard Sign!

Get your FREE NeighborWorks Waco yard sign* to proudly display your support for building stronger neighborhoods through homeownership, quality rental housing, and community-building initiatives! Complete the form below or call NeighborWorks Waco at 254-752-1647 to reserve yours today and we’ll deliver your yard sign(s) to you! * The yard sign comes complete with a yard…

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Anniversary Banquet RSVP

Join us on October 24, 2023, as we celebrate 30 years of service to the Waco and Central Texas areas! Our breakfast banquet is a free event, but reservations are required. Details:Tuesday, October 24, 20237:30 AM (Breakfast Banquet)Ridgewood Country Club7301 Fish Pond RoadWaco, TX 76710 Kindly reserve your seat(s) by October 19th by completing the…

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National Women in Agriculture Association

NWIAA’s History The National Women In Agriculture Association (NWIAA) was founded and established in February 2008 by Dr. Tammy Gray-Steele, our Executive Director. The organization is headquartered in Oklahoma City, OK.  NWIAA is an agriculture outreach fueled by sisterhood, need, and diversity. NWIAA believes rural women, especially minority women, have been neglected; the lack of…

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Celebrating the 20-Year Anniversary of the Gildersleeve Rebuild

The man who would become Waco’s most famous photographer, Fred “Gildy” Gildersleeve, became a pioneer in the field of industrial photography in Texas and chronicled the history of Waco for 53 years.  Examples include his commercial photography from the air in the mid-1910s. He made himself famous by photographing a pioneer flyer circling the Amicable…

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The Right Steps to Homeownership

This article originally appeared in the Waco Today: Is buying a home on your to-do list for 2023? If you’ve made the decision to dive into homeownership, you’ll probably research what you’ll need to do to buy your home. Unfortunately, when searching online for “steps to homeownership,” you’ll find a lot of information, but one…

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Homebuyer Spotlight: Q&A with Garrett Sausedo

What barriers did you have prior to working with NeighborWorks that inhibited you from buying your home? I did not have a good understanding of the home buying process, the steps required to secure a home loan, or the common terminology related to home buying.  What prompted you to contact and work with NeighborWorks Waco?…

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