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Fortunate Homes are more than just a Green Home. We have built a well thought-out carefully designed home (made with love) . It includes a functional floor plan, tasteful finishes, and the best top-of-the-line Green Building Techniques. Fortunate Homes create a WIN-WIN-WIN because they create passive income for investors, a wonderful home for the owners, and reduce the impact on the earth.

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LeAnn LeFortūne

LeAnn grew up on a remote island in southeast Alaska where homesteading and subsisting off of the land was the custom. She worked closely with her father in both the commercial fishing industry spending months at sea, and with his real estate investments on Prince of Wales Island. At a young age she learned the importance of hard work, how to use tools, the basics of residential construction, and how to operate heavy machinery.

After graduating from the University of Alaska with a Bachelor’s in Biology and a minor in Anthropology, she obtained her 100 ton Captains License. She went on to manage and operate a remote high tech salmon hatchery. She also worked on a research vessel with the State of Alaska Department of Fish and Game participating in studies on the waters of the Gulf of Alaska, the Bering Strait, and Bristol Bay. Despite her love for the sea and nature, LeAnn felt the entrepreneurial urge and duty to start her own business in real estate development.

LeAnn is passionate about their mission to make the world a better place one home at a time through using green building practices to create energy efficient eco conscious homes.

“It is our duty to be successful and help make the world a better place one home at a time . If we succeed we can help more people, help the environment, and create lasting positive change”.

Laurence LeFortūne

Laurence gained his Journeyman License and an Associates Degree in Apprenticeship Technologies while working in Prudhoe Bay on the North Slope of Alaska. As an industrial electrician, Laurence was exposed to large operations in both construction and facility management.

It was here in the remote parts of the world that Laurence gained experience not only in the trades, but as management staff on multi-million dollar construction projects. Obtaining the position of Electrical & Instrumentation Field Engineer, Laurence was instrumental in the development of construction estimates, maintaining technical compliance, and supporting large construction crews by anticipating and resolving engineering challenges before and during the construction process.

After five years on the North Slope, Laurence decided it was time to take the skills he had learned and apply them to entrepreneurship. He had already invested in some buy-&-hold real estate, and enjoyed the rewarding feeling of taking something that needed improvement and making it better. It was a natural choice for him to decide to take the skills he had learned in his previous career and bring them into a business that would produce both monetary and spiritual rewards.

The master bedroom to go with that fabulous kitchen I posted yesterday 🤩
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5-star AEGB ENERGY EFFICIENT rated home #comingsoon 🤩
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🏡 3 bedroom l 2.5 bathroom l 1,370 sq ft
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📍3509 Oak Springs Dr., Austin, TX 78721
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This gorgeous 5-Star Austin Energy Green Build rated home is COMING SOON!!

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We are starting to install finishes and it will be hitting the market soon!

🏡 3bed l 2.5 Bath l 1370 sq ft

📍3509 Oak Springs Drive, Austin, TX 78721

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@fortunatefoundations
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“Building My Femmepire”
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I found the perfect shirt to meet my big time lady investors with on one of many of @fortunatefoundations green building sites.
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This Barred Owl stopped stopped by to say hello this morning at the @fortunatefoundations Certified Wildlife Habitat 🦉 ...

What is Forest Bathing?

Whether you call it a fitness trend or a mindfulness practice (or a bit of both), what exactly is forest bathing? The term emerged in Japan in the 1980s as a physiological and psychological exercise called shinrin-yoku (“forest bathing” or “taking in the forest atmosphere”). The purpose was twofold: to offer an eco-antidote to tech-boom burnout and to inspire residents to reconnect with and protect the country’s forests.

📷 LeAnn LeFortune

Published by @natgeo , BY SUNNY FITZGERALD
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