Joey and Joyce fulfill their dream of homeownership in Kentucky with a USDA loan. After 30 years of renting, they finally purchase their perfect place, enjoying the freedom of having a house of their own again.
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Join us as we speak with experts in the field during National Homelessness Awareness Month. Learn about the prevalent issue of homelessness in Northern Kentucky and the resources available to support those in need.
Discover how the Weatherization Assistance Program and the Residential Energy Efficiency Center are helping low-income families lower their energy bills through retrofitting housing. Dive into the future of this impactful program in our latest podcast episode.
Explore the current and future state of affordable housing in KY as we discuss funding priorities, quality standards, and energy efficiency with industry experts Christie McCravy and Rick McQuady.
In this episode, we look back at the events of those days through the work being done by the teams here at Kentucky Housing Corporation.
Scott McReynolds, executive director of Housing Development Alliance in Hazard, and Seth Long, executive director of HOMES, Inc. in Letcher County, discuss the recovery efforts.
Homeowners Sherry Mullins and Adam Stacey share their stories about the flooding in Eastern Kentucky and the subsequent affordable housing recovery efforts.
We want to wish you all a Happy Homeownership Month! We are kicking Homeownership Month off with one of our award-winning lenders, Connie Lancaster from Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Connie will be joining us to speak about the state of affordable housing, and the impact and importance of Hometown Lending within her community.
We sat down with Heather Akins (Stockton Mortgage), Katelyn Watkins (Ruoff Mortgage), and Kay Smith (KHC) to learn their stories, to find out what homeownership means to them and to see why they found their home in the mortgage lending field.
In celebration of June as National Homeownership Month, we asked Melissa Johnson, Kay Smith, and Krista McIver from our Single-Family Department to join us and discuss how more Kentuckians can achieve their dream of homeownership.