The Vega’s lived in an apartment in a very unsafe neighborhood with their four young children: Nevaeh (7 years old), Natalia (5 years old), Naiya (2 years old) and Nathan (7 months old). The Vega family’s vehicle was stolen from their driveway, and a grocery store in the neighborhood was held-up at gun point. Guillermo is working full-time at Peyton’s Southeastern with hopes of one day completing his Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.

“Owning our own home means financial security and safety. We want our kids to know that if we can do this, they can do this, too,”

said Stephanie.