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Homes For Heroes And The North Carolina Nurses Association Partner To Help Nurses And Other Healthcare Professionals In Their Home Sale Or Purchase

February 14, 2022

Homes for Heroes and the North Carolina Nurses Association (NCNA) have announced a partnership to help healthcare professionals’ save when purchasing, selling, or refinancing a home. NCNA members, their families, and their first responder friends will be eligible to take advantage of the Hero Rewards program, which provides discounts, savings, and rewards on real estate transactions.

Through the Hero Rewards program, healthcare professionals’ and other eligible heroes maximize savings on a home. The average person saves at least $2,400 when buying or selling a home through the program, not including the additional savings available from real estate agents, loan officers, title companies, home inspectors, and other related expenses. To date, the program has saved heroes over $93 million on their real estate transactions.

Homes for Heroes will also make a donation to the North Carolina Foundation for Nursing (NCFN) for every professional who utilizes the Hero Rewards program through the NCNA’s webpage on the Homes for Heroes web site, located at The North Carolina Foundation for Nursing (NCFN) is the charitable arm of the North Carolina Nurses Association (NCNA). The purpose and goals of the Foundation are to secure and administer funds directed toward the following:

- education that assures that registered nurses are prepared to meet the current and changing health care needs of North Carolina citizens.

- research that identifies the value of registered nurses in health care delivery; and,

- activities that publicize the value of registered nurses in health care delivery.

“The Hero Rewards program is a win-win for nurses,” said Tina C. Gordon, MPA, CAE, FACHE, Chief Executive Officer of NCNA. “We love the idea of giving nurses a way to save a significant amount of money during life-changing transactions. When you consider the added donations generated for NCFN, and the ways that will help nurses advance their careers, it seemed like a natural fit. We are thrilled to be partners in this.”

Greg Cecchettini, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Homes for Heroes, added: “In our mission to thank every hero in the nation, partnering with the NCNA allows both our organizations to work together to give back to those who work tirelessly every day to keep us all healthy and safe. We are looking forward to working with NCNA members on their next real estate transaction.”

To learn more and take advantage of the program, visit


About Homes for Heroes
Homes for Heroes, Inc. is the largest nationwide network of affiliate real estate, mortgage, and local business specialists; committed to providing easy ways for heroes to save on a home. Shortly after 9/11, Homes for Heroes, Inc. was established to give back to firefighters, EMS, law enforcement, military (active, reserves, and veterans), healthcare professionals, and teachers for all they do. Since 2009, Homes for Heroes, Inc., has helped over 51,000 heroes save over $93 million on their real estate transactions, sold over $13 billion in real estate to heroes, actively partnered with 4,200 like-minded real estate and mortgage professionals who’ve joined in the mission, and donated over $1 million to heroes in need through the Homes for Heroes Foundation. Learn more about Homes for Heroes at

About NCNA
As the leading professional organization for North Carolina’s registered nurses, we equip nurses at all stages to thrive in an ever-changing healthcare environment. NCNA helps keep North Carolina nurses on the cutting edge of nursing practice, policy, education, and more. Join us as we work to advance nursing and ensure high-quality healthcare for everyone.

Established in 1902, NCNA provides continuing education, networking and legislative advocacy for registered nurses throughout North Carolina. For more information, please visit Our Mission Statement: The North Carolina Nurses Association serves the changing needs of its members, addresses nursing issues, and advocates for the health and well-being of all people.