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    Operation Homefront Gives Recently Discharged Vets a Chance at Owning a Home

    Operation Homefront Gives Recently Discharged Vets a Chance at Owning a Home

    When Brittany and Trevor Allison stumbled on a program that promised rent-free housing for veterans as a means to build financial security and promote homeownership, they figured their chance of being selected was akin to winning the lottery.

    Operation Homefront's Transitional Homes for Veterans program “sounded nice,” said Trevor Allison, a former staff sergeant, but he never dreamed they would be chosen.

    The couple applied nonetheless, and when officials from the Texas-based nonprofit called to discuss their futures, they were stunned.

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    “It kind of hit home that we might have the opportunity to not have … to find a random apartment in a random to in, that we might actually get to live close to our family in Georgia. It was kind of surreal,” Trevor Allison said during an interview with Military.com.

    Started in 2018, Operation Homefront's Transitional Homes for Veterans program provides rent-free housing to veterans who apply and qualify.

    Applicants must be within three years of their separation date and have received an honorable discharge. They also must have some ties to the community in which they are applying to live in an Operation Homefront-owned house.

    As a member of the program, veterans can live rent-free for up to three years in a home. They pay a monthly fee, determined by income, that is…

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