A marathon building session for Habitat for Humanity in Omaha. Amanda Jedlicka is the Executive Director for Habitat for Humanity in Omaha and says this is a huge attempt. Three local builders are taking part and they are sponsoring the effort. Over the weekend, crews poured the foundation and framed the homes. Now there is the interior work to do. Jedlicka says they hope to have the project completed by Sunday and that is when the families will get their keys. She says that many people believe that Habitat for Humanity recipients do not pay for the homes that are built. She says we sell the house with a zero interest mortgage for the full cost of the house; so that the thing that makes it affordable are the zero interest mortgages. In addition, the families help build the house they are going to be buying and contribute 350 hours of what we call sweat equity so they are making a big investment both monetary and through their time but again it is that zero mortgage that really helps out. Jelicka says so far in Omaha, Habitat for Humanity has constructed 230 homes for low income families. There are 13 Habitat for Humanity communities in Nebraska where similar projects take place on a daily basis.