Homes for Heroes

How It Works

Homes for Heroes®, Inc. is the largest nationwide network of affiliate real estate specialists and local businesses committed to providing Hero Rewards, which are easy ways for firefighters, law enforcement, military (active, reserves, and veterans), healthcare workers, EMS, and teachers to save significant money on a home, and when they make every day home-related purchases. Hero Rewards® is our way to say “Thank You.”

Most heroes save at least $2,400 when they buy or sell a home through Homes for Heroes®.

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Example Rewards:

Home Purchase Price Hero Rewards Check
$750,000$5,250
$500,000$3,500
$250,000$1,750
$150,000$1,050

No red tape • No hidden fees • No catch

Tricia Houston

Tricia Houston is a Colorado native and has been a loan originator in the mortgage industry since 1999.

“Over the past decade, I have guided hundreds of families through the ever-complicated mortgage process and have taken great pride to make sure that all my clients thoroughly understand the process – which can be daunting, very personal and highly complicated. I strive to fully educate each client about each phase and detail of the process and to make the transaction feel as comfortable as possible. My clients, and importantly, my repeat clients, know that I will spend the required time to achieve success. As a result, my service stands out in an industry that is full of people who simply want to drive to the finish line, make the sale and care only about their commission.




Sharon Blotcher

Born and raised in England, Sharon Blotcher has lived in Denver since the 70s and began her real estate career in 2004.

“I’m proud to participate in the Homes for Heroes program that began after the September 11th attacks. This program helps our everyday heroes – Firefighters, Law Enforcement, Military (Active, Reserve, & Veterans), Healthcare Professionals, EMS, and Teachers – get into the homes they deserve. These people are a big part of my daily life – my daughter is a teacher, my son-in-law served in the Army, and I volunteered in hospitals and with victim’s assistance through the Sheriff’s department. I consider myself lucky to be able to give back in this way.”