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Announcing the 8z4Life Support Fund


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Collectively, 8z Real Estate, 8z Mortgage, 8z Title and 8z Rentals have set aside $100,000 forĀ 8z4Life. These funds will be used to help 8z team members and their clients get through the COVID-19 crisis.

Whether you work at an 8z company or you are an 8z Client, we are all part of The 8z Collective. A Collective that is committed to supporting every individual member.

In times like this, it is more important than ever to strengthen our community, and our commitment to each other has never been stronger.

As we endure and get through the COVID-19 pandemic, there may be members of The 8z Collective that need help. The 8z4Life fund will provide support for people that are facing financial challenges. The fund will be open to support clients of any 8z company that may find themselves in need. For 8z Clients, this fund is for housing needs related to COVID-19.

In addition, we will be offering our expertise to help navigate other housing-related relief that may be available, including mortgage forbearance, deferment, and forgiveness programs.

Together, the 8z Collective is here to support all of our members.

For more information: 8z4life@8z.com

Real Life Impact


These 8z Clients and 8z4Life grant recipients are immigrants from Africa who both work two jobs. Both have lost the majority of their income due to the virus. They bought this house with an 8z Agent so that they would have room for their parents to also come over from Africa and live with them, they are supporting multiple generations under one roof.


This 8z Client and 8z4Life recipient is a personal trainer by day and musician by night - two industries that have been hard hit by COVID-19. He lives on farm and has animals to care for as well.


This 8z Client and 8z4Life grant recipient works as a Registered Nurse in the outpatient infusion unit. She has been working on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic, however her hours were recently reduced significantly as the hospital she works in went through budget cuts.