"When they first came to us and said we want to build you a home I thought, that's wonderful, it's kind of a big lofty goal and now here it is, coming to happen," Jeremy said.
This home solves a lot of problems for the Greens.
Over the last few years there have been a lot of homes on the market and the kitchen wasn't big enough or there weren't enough rooms, it wouldn't work for a wheelchair so we've looked a lot and it was just really challenging," Jeremy said.
Now that is not a problem. Their new home covers all their children's needs. It's wheelchair accessible, with an elevator, even therapy rooms.
"I am beyond excited, when I think about what it's going to mean for our kids, I just can't even put it into words," Christianne said.
In order to get the green family into the right home, friends and family raised more than 200-thousand dollars. They took those donations to Citywide Home Loans, who used them as a down payment for the loan, then donated the loan fees.
"Basically we're doing the loan for free for the most part just to help this family, to make this a reality for them," said Jon Hasebi with Citywide.
Then more people joined in, donating labor and materials. Now, as the Greens stand in their nearly built home, they can see their future.
"We are blown away, it's just absolutely amazing," Christianne said.
Almost as amazing as the family that will soon live inside it.
If you would like to see the Green's house it will be featured in the parade of homes. The family still need donations for materials, so if you'd like to help, click here.