Game Changers was launched by Adrian Wells-Lucas in August 2020 to flip the script in a town that has suffered abandonment and disinvestment for decades. To revive this one-time steel boomtown now ridden with unoccupied downtown blocks and deteriorating landmarks relies on personal investments of about $80,000 at a time to boost the city's housing supply.
Adrian Wells-Lucas 54,who was raised in Lakefront Miller Beach of Gary hopes to be part of fixing Gary. Not just by making profits but also by flipping houses as a fun and often profitable mainstay of reality television as a tool for creating affordable housing for people of reasonable means.
Although Gary Game Changers have not been the first to make efforts to refine Gary, with a fast-declining population and a per capita income of $19,100 about 28% of the national figure, it may show that depressed cities may captivate money for its rehabs from across its borders and set a scene for smaller towns who have similar industrial trouble.
"To bring hope to a city that suffers from a broken heart," said Gary Game Changers founder. To fix Gary's deterioration Gary Game Changers hopes to rehabilitate those houses in a bid to provide proper and affordable housing for families in
Gary. The houses are not scattered like dots all over the city but are close-knit in order to help build a neighborhood.
The houses are sold in their $130,000s and $150,000s, with low property taxes and mortgages. They sell at prices that should roll in a monthly mortgage payment of less than $950 which will appeal to households that normally pay over $1,100 for rent.
"With ring security cameras installed on every property the community can participate in its own surveillance. Everyone deserves to have a home as nice, safe, and comfortable as these houses,'' says Lanee Hollingsworth, a Coldwell Banker agent that represents some of the Gary Game Changers homes.
$1000persaleis donated to an approved community non-profit for the good of Gary. Just like Wells-Lucas, Senator Eddie Melton believes that it is not over for Gary.
The project for 2022 includes -
● More property owners
● More property task revenue generation.
● Changing the Gary Narrative, one house at a time.
● Hiring Gary residents to be part of restoring Gary.
For more information, please visit https://garygamechangers.com/