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View of a war ravaged section of the Dobrini suburb taken while civilian homeowners work to reconstruct the damage

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Natasha and Pavel Tsema with their children, Ilya, Sergiy, and daughter Alina, new homeowners of a Habitat for Humanity home in Boise, Idaho

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Carlos and Katie Sapon, new homeowners honored at the Woodbine Community Center by Gil Gonzales, [HUD] Deputy Under Secretary for Rural Development, during a Homeownership Fair in Nashville, Tennessee

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Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Potential new homeowners at a Homeownership Fair at the Woodbine Community Center, Nashville, Tennessee

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Potential new homeowners at a Homeownership Fair at the Woodbine Community Center, Nashville, Tennessee

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Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Stock views: New home construction, new homeowners

Arnold Reano and Family, New Homeowners

Arnold Reano and Family, New Homeowners

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, LA, 9-17-05 -- Mary Seither & Madeline Harper can only salvage a few glassware items. Most of flooded homeowners are only able to save a few items as they return to New Orleans. MARVIN NAUMAN/FEMA photo

[Hurricane Katrina/Hurricane Rita] New Orleans, LA, 9-17-05 -- Michael Caswell is able to save some bottles and will try and save some family pictures by carefully cleaning them. Most of flooded homeowners are only able to save a few items. MARVIN NAUMAN/FEMA photo

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, LA, 9-30-05 -- Donna Dominguez was only able to save one thing from her sisters house... her wedding dress. Here she struggles to walk though the slipery foul smelling muck to the front door. Most homeowners were only able to save a basket or two of items. MARVIN NAUMAN/FEMA photo

[Hurricane Rita] Port Arthur, TX, November 16, 2005 - Carlos Armstrong, his wife Eva and his daughter Karlisha receive a trailer from FEMA to live in while their house is undergoing extensive repairs. Trailers are one of a number of alternatives FEMA provides to displaced homeowners. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Port Arthur, TX, November 16, 2005 - Carlos Armstrong, is interviewed by Christine Rappleye of the Beaumont Times, as his wife and daughter visit with CR worker Vera Newsome. Trailers are one of a numer of alternatives FEMA provides to displaced homeowners. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Port Sulpher, LA, 12-02-05 -- Sign posted by Parish officals warn homeowners of pending demolition if their house is not moved. Some homes rest on City and Parish (County) right of ways and must be demolished. FEMA is working with the local Parishes (Counties) who have requested FEMA's help in removing homes severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina. Many people lost everything when the Levee broke and are homeless and rely on FEMA to help them though the ordeal. MARVIN NAUMAN/FEMA photo

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Madisonville, Ky, December 11, 2005 - Construction workers toil under a cold December sun to rebuild a roof that sustained major damages from the F4 tornadoes that struck Hopkins and Marshal counties in western Kentucky on November 15. A disaster declaration approving individual assistance for homeowners, renters and business owners with losses from the storms was issued on December first. Win Henderson/FEMA photo

[Hurricane Katrina] Violet, LA, January 16, 2006 - FEMA trailers are in almost every yard along South Lake Boulevard as homeowners work on gutting and remodeling their homes. Hurricane Katrina flooded every structure in St Bernard Parish. Photo by Greg Henshall / FEMA