In the first podcast from Strategic Housing, Edwin King, Kentucky Housing Corporation's (KHC) executive director, and Mark Shelburne, senior manager with Novogradac & Company, sit down and talk about the importance of the Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP) to Kentucky and changes KHC is making to improve the process and reduce red tape.
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"Ain't nothing like it, oh just ain't nothing like it!" 75-year-old Geneva Lewis repeatedly proclaimed when asked about her new home at Central Crossings in Vanceburg, Kentucky.
This time of year brings the meaning of the holidays into focus. It is the time to reflect, feel and show gratitude, and enjoy traditions of the season's best.
Affordable housing for Kentucky’s growing senior population is an area in which we can make great strides towards tackling barriers for a specific part of our population.
The 2017 Housing CCI Summits are thoughtfully designed and purposeful to mix up and connect thought leaders from varied housing and service backgrounds and from across Kentucky and other surrounding states.
So what are the biggest challenges to building a Scholar House? Rob Ellis, Kentucky Housing Corporation, has worked to develop nine Scholar Houses across Kentucky. He knows better than
Scholar House is a self-sufficiency program, based on the adult student’s income, that provides housing assistance for those who are full-time students in a post-secondary educational institution.
How I Relate to Housing from Edwin King
Executive Director, Edwin King, spoke with Murray State's National Public Radio station, WKMS, about housing investments in Kentucky, especially in the western part of the state.
To be successful in any job, meaning and purpose are crucial. When we work toward a mission greater than ourselves, we become greater at achieving our mission.