Two down and now only six more to go, the Flathead's Habitat for Humanity is getting closer to rounding out the Mitchell Way home cluster in Columbia Falls.
On Tuesday, they're dedicating the two homes they just finished.
Later this month the families will sign the papers and move in, but for the first time people can go inside and see the finished product.
These latest homes the six volunteers hope to finish by next March are funded in part through a Department of Housing and Urban Development grant.
That's $360,000 of federal money.
"We are very fortunate that we've been getting some college students coming through as part of a collegiate challenge group," explained Erin Falcon, the Executive Director of the Flathead's Habitat for Humanity.
Volunteers are coming from the University of Wisconsin and the US Air Force Academy to spend their spring breaks at the construction site.