Volunteers Jackie and Bob Fojtik work on the landscaping in front of the Community Frameworks home on Highland Avenue in Bremerton on Oct. 14. The home is the 20th residence rehabbed by the Northwest nonprofit, whose specialty is to flip distressed properties while keeping their sales prices affordable. (Meegan M. Reid/Kitsap Sun via AP)

Volunteers Jackie and Bob Fojtik work on the landscaping in front of the Community Frameworks home on Highland Avenue in Bremerton on Oct. 14. The home is the 20th residence rehabbed by the Northwest nonprofit, whose specialty is to flip distressed properties while keeping their sales prices affordable. (Meegan M. Reid/Kitsap Sun via AP)

Bremerton nonprofit helps old homes, new homeowners

Organization’s specialty is to flip distressed properties and keep their sales prices affordable.

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