The Real Estate Finance Association of Connecticut (REFA CT) recently participated in two Habitat for Humanity projects. Members from the REFA Fairfield/Westchester Chapter and the REFA Hartford Chapter stepped out of the office and onto two separate construction sites to help these communities with their housing needs. These projects took place on July 9 in Bridgeport and on July 29 in Bristol.
Derek Eakin and Jessica Doerner of the Fairfield/Westchester Chapter, and Kelsey Rath and Mike Fish of the Hartford Chapter are the Real Estate Finance Association members who chaired these events, along with Shannen Tack from the REFA CT staff.
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