AP Kristine Sund with Cape Elementary used program to sell!

Mrs. Sund with Cape Elementary just closed on her old condo Teachers Can Buy Homes many think only helps teachers buy homes, but we also do much more.  AP Sund with Cape Elementary 6 months prior to reaching out was experiencing no activity on her condo she was trying to sell with her former agent. …

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April, along with her principal Mrs. Watson accept donation check for $800

April, a teacher at Lehigh Acres Middle School, and her husband finally get their new home! After failing to purchase a home twice in the past year prior to reaching out to the TeachersCanBuyHomes program, Mrs. Thompson and her husband finally succeed in obtaining their new home.  The success rate for the program after doing…

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Lehigh Acres Middle Principal Watson accepts her 3rd donation in a month!

Chris Cabrera and his Principal Mrs. Watson accept donation check Teachers can buy homes helped another teacher from Lehigh Acres Middle school.  After Chris received numerous credits including his appraisal fee returned to him, we also did a $500 donation to his school that he wanted to go toward the reading department.   Teachers Can…

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Trafalgar Elementary Accepts Their 3rd Donation for $1050 for Teachers Supplies

Lisa Murphy, principal at Trafalgar Elementary accepts her third donation for $1050! Principal Murphy accepts a check donation for over $1000 to go toward Priscilla Quintana’s class to buy Science kits and supplies.  Also, $100 of this goes toward Mrs. Murphys program of choice for mentioning the program to her teachers.     Teachers Can…

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Harns Marsh Middle Accepts Thier 3rd Donation Going Toward Teacher Week

Principal Maere with Harns Marsh Middle accepts her 3rd donation check from Teachers can buy homes program. So far the program has donated over $1800 to Harns Marsh with its 3 teachers who took advantage of the program built just for Lee County Teachers.  The $500 will go toward Teacher Appreciation weeks to come.  …

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Totuga Preserve Elementary Gets $500 for ESOL Program

Principal LeMaster accepts another donation form Teacherscanbuyhomes Mairelys Perez, a teacher at Tortuga Preserve Elementary, used the program to purchase her new home.  A donation for $500 was made in her honor and presented to Principal Lemaster to go toward the ESOL program.   Teachers Can Buy Homes Program is the #1, most celebrated Teacher…

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Gulf Elementary Receives An $800 Donation for ESE Dept

Kim, the Principal over at Gulf Elementary, accepts another donation from Teachers Can Buy Homes Mrs. Harbison and her husband Kirk recently closed on their new home using the teacherscanbuyhomes program.  The program assisted in almost everything they did, gave $1900 in buyer credit toward her out of pocket and a donation for $800 will…

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North Fort Myers High Gets A Donation For $450 For Intensive Reading Teacher

Principal Debbie Diggs from North Fort Myers accepts a donation from Teacherscanbuyhomes.com Taylor Ashby, an intensive reading teacher and coach at North Fort Myers High, just closed on his home.  The donation given to the school will go to his intensive reading classroom and buy supplies needed.  Congratulations Alex and Taylor!  Check out their video…

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Caloosa Middle School Accepts a Donation Of $500 For Science Kits

Principal Cole and AP Booth accept a donation from Teacherscanbuyhomes Golden Apple Nominee Alex Smith, a Teacher at Caloosa Middle, just closed on her home, making her the 50th teacher helped through the program in a year and a half.  Congratulations Alex and Taylor!  Check out her video below to hear her story.  A donation…

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2 Teachers, 2 Donations, 1 House

Alex Smith with Caloosa Middle and Taylor Ashby with North Fort Myers High Buy Their First New Home Alex and Taylor, both lee county teachers buy their first home together using the teachers can buy program.  Not only will we donate $500 a piece to each of their schools, but also they received a $611…

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