Some inspiration for us. Habitant for Humanity in Shelby County, Alabama, holds the world record for building a home in 3 hours and 26 minutes. The buyer, Bonnie, pays a mortgage of $270 / month for 20 years with no interest, and applied three times before receiving it.
75 organizations donated materials and money, and 37 building companies took part under a single general contractor. It was live-streamed over the internet and was watched and cheered on by, in particular, the previous record holder, a Habitat for Humanity chapter in New Zealand.
What kind of organization and support would we need to rehab a Detroit house in one day? It’s not a question we can answer soon, probably in the next year, but as long as we are pointed to a worthy goal an answer will present itself to us.