Friends, Keen Mortgage has been trying to figure out a way to be truly useful in the Louisville / Superior #marshallfire.
As we start to see posts about insurance shortages, we imagine some of you may be trying to figure out your options. While we have felt somewhat useless other than making donations, Keen Mortgage is in downtown Louisville on Front Street.
If you need to explore options for possibly buying a replacement home to live in while your home is being rebuilt, or if you decide you need to relocate, we would be happy to look at your situation and cover the out of pocket fees for the initial application. We also have information on disaster relief mortgages that require no down payment, as we realize none of you were probably planning to buy.
Whether you end up using our company to finance a property is of secondary concern during this time. We are happy to speak with you, regardless of your personal financial circumstances, to see if we can find some helpful solutions. Or if you just want advice on available loan programs, we are also happy to provide it.
Hopefully this is of use to folks wondering.
This weekend at the Lafayette Public Library: Sat (11-4) and Sun (1-4). They still have a lot of great items to share with families: board games, puzzles, STEM kits, toys for all ages, art/craft supplies, etc. If you can't make it to the library this weekend, we're also distributing kids' items at the Official Lending A Hand main hub! Boulder county distribution site at Lionsgate Event Center: The Dove House & Gatehouse and at the OEM resource center at Flatirons mall.
Here's a wonderful opportunity. The Humane Society of Boulder Valley is offering several new services to fire impacted animals and their guardians.
1. Housing for Evacuated animals
2. Food and Supplies for burn zone residents
3. Safety Net pet care which includes temporary pet housing and discounted behavioral trainings
4. Free boarding anytime during the next year for families who lost their homes.
5. All adoption fees waived for families who lost their pets for when they are ready to bring the love of a pet into their lives.
Creating Healthy Relationships Between Pets and People
"A group of local business owners and community owners in Louisville opened up a free store off McCaslin Blvd for families impacted by the Marshall Fire that tore through Boulder County.
“In terms of how long we will be here? Until we are no longer needed here. I have this space indefinitely,” Eric Reed, a local business owner in Louisville and who pushed to open the Marshall Fire Free Store at 375 McCaslin Blvd. said."