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Man Rehabs House For The Homeless

Every now and then a moment is created that will forever symbolize an earth shattering experience, one that will change someone's life forever.

Mark Evans, professional Real Estate Investor, will indulge us as his mission is set in motion by leaving someone with a fully rehabbed and reworked home as a symbol of good gesture.

Mark started his initiative, HouseGiveaway.org, as an adventure that would not only help struggling veterans of the United States, but to also feel like a part of the community that he so cherishes.

It started with one veteran who had fought for our freedom and returned home a hero. But life doesn't always deal a fair hand to everyone, so this veteran found herself homeless. When Mark first learned about this veteran and her story, he was shocked and dismayed. Why was someone who had fought for our freedom now begging for spare change on the street?

His mission started early in life, but his goal always remained the same. The concepts of teamwork and charity will be in full force as this event will include the services and workmanship of high end clients from all over the world.

In the spring of 2014, Mark Evans partnered with the former Ohio State football player Maurice Clarett, and his organization The Comeback Project. Together, they're partnering to change the lives of Americans, one family at a time by providing them with a furnished home, free and clear.

"We've committed to giving away one house a year, with the goal of giving away a million dollars in homes over the next ten years," said Evans.

There is so much need out there and the impact we can all have is truly life changing. In a world of bad reputations and misfortunes, it is nice to hear of happy endings and good deeds every once in a while.

When asked about this event Mark Evans said, "This is a chance for us all to come together as one, to not only honor our war heroes, but to give them help in building back their lives brick by brick. What a great day for our country!"

Mark Evans was born and raised near Columbus, Ohio and at the ripe age of 18 he started his first business and began investing in real estate. Within a few years, he had become a successful real estate "rehabber," buying homes and fixing them up to rent or sale.

Along the way, Mark Evans earned the nicknames of "The DM" (The Deal-Maker) and "The DN" (Digital Nomad) because of his love for making deals and pioneering new ways to operate virtually. A firm believer in giving back and helping others, he has donated several houses to people who needed a hand up.

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