A dream came true for a Clovis family who got keys to their new house Saturday.
Habitat for Humanity helped the Yang family get an affordable home loan to build in the Rialto Ranch subdivision in Clovis.
Each family is required to put in 500 hours of sweat equity which means they have to help build their own home and neighbors home.
"As a child we moved around a lot because we never had a house of our own. Habitat has given us the opportunity to say finally this is our home," said homeowner, Daniel Yang.
"We believe at Habitat that everyone deserves a decent place to call home and everyone in the community can participate in that part. So, there's a lot of love, blood, sweat and tears put into this," said Matthew Grundy, CEO of Habitat for Humanity.
The home is three bedrooms and two baths. Habitat for Humanity said there are five more homes left to build in the subdivision and families have already been chosen for the remaining homes.