As the government shutdown continues to impact Americans across the country, Homesnap has launched a relief campaign in order to help pay the mortgage or rent for 10 impacted families.
The shutdown is affecting government workers and contractors. Every home has a story to tell, and we want to help those affected by the shutdown keep theirs.Shannon Wegman, Homesnap
How to Apply
If you’re a government worker or contractor and have been impacted by the shutdown, here’s what you can do:
- Snap a photo of your home, make a short video, or write down a few words describing what your home means to you.
- Share on social media using #MyHomeMeans and #ShutdownStories.
- Tag Homesnap in your post on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
- Not on social media? You can still submit your story online. Learn more >>
The deadline for submissions is January 31. Homesnap will select 10 submissions at random and pay their mortgage or rent in February.
Even if you’re not impacted by the shutdown, chances are you know someone who is. Share this blog to help spread the word.
Financial Support for Government Workers
Other financial institutions are also offering relief programs to support government workers and contractors during the shutdown. View this list of programs available >>
Homesnap is a home search app that allows home shoppers easily search homes for sale from their phone. Users can also seamlessly connect with their real estate agent within the Homesnap app. REcolorado was the first provider of Homesnap Pro for Colorado real estate agents.