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Real Estate: Habitat for Humanity surprises three new homeowners in Clovis

Photo by Mark Crosse/The Fresno Bee. Valeria Hernandez (left) and her father Luis Hernandez are given a cheer during the surprise ceremony on Saturday.

Habitat for Humanity Fresno County surprised three families on Saturday with news that they were chosen to receive a new Habitat home in Clovis.

Construction on the houses, which range in size from 1,100 square feet to 1,248 square feet, is expected to begin later this month. The houses will be built in the existing 24-lot Rialto Ranch subdivision in Santa Ana Avenue between Villa and Peach avenues.

The land was provided to the nonprofit home builder from the Clovis Community Development Agency.

Habitat is also building in Orange Cove this year. The builder received a $200,000 grant from Wells Fargo bank’s housing foundation in December to break ground on the first of 10 homes planned for the Monte Vista subdivision on Adams Avenue, north of Orange Cove.

For more information about Habitat for Humanity Fresno County, visit or call (559) 237-4102

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