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Tony Miranda, executive director of Habitat for Humanity Fresno County, speaks at a dedication for homes financed by EECU.

The $2.1 billion Educational Employees Credit Union in Fresno, Calif., recently completed the financing of three new Habitat for Humanity homes in Clovis, Calif., the 215,000-member credit union said. “EECU’s financing model for the three houses will allow Habitat for Humanity to dedicate more of its resources to the construction of new homes, help improve neighborhoods, increase property values and continue its in-fill projects throughout the region,” the credit union said of its collaboration with Habitat for Humanity Fresno County and the City of Clovis.

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