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Agency commits to Heroes Home Advantage
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Heroes Home Advantage recently announced that Justin Webb of Re/Max All American in Liberty County has renewed his commitment to the organization.

The real-estate rebate program provides rebates, discounts and credits to veterans and soldiers who are purchasing or selling homes.

“I chose to be part of the Heroes Home Advantage Program because my father is a retired Army sergeant, and I’ve seen all the sacrifices he made for this great country and I wanted to give back to the community,” Webb said. “I have been a Realtor in Hinesville, Georgia, for many years and have seen so many different faces, but I noticed one thing in all of the military personnel I have served. In some way or form, they’re a hero, and the Heroes Home Advantage program coming to Fort Stewart is the greatest compliment I could ever give back to them. Thank you, heroes!”

For more information about Heroes Home Advantage, go to HeroesHomeAd or email

Heroes Home Advantage was founded in 2011 by Michele Ladd in Rochester, New York. Ladd’s son Tommy, a U.S. Marine Corps combat veteran, completed two deployments to Iraq, and her son Tyler served in the Navy.

Upon the two returning home safely, Ladd decided to give back to military personnel and began reaching out to real-estate professionals across the country to help her.

To date, she said, the organization has helped America’s heroes save more than $2 million in credits, rebates and discounts to say, “Thank you for your services to our country and communities.”

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