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.
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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.
Terri Randol and her husband have been residents of Mt. Lebanon Senior Apartments for about two years. They moved in just before the renovation began.
The four-story, 24-unit Polo Club Park apartment building was officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday, January 18.
Robert Tolliver grew up in Elsmere, Kentucky, live in Latonia for 16 years, and moved into the Residences at Courtyard Crossing in March 2022.
From July 26 to 30, 2022, thunderstorms overwhelmed eastern Kentucky, destroying and damaging thousands of homes, and now two nonprofit developers are teaming up to address the housing need.
Welcome to Bringing it Home with KHC, a podcast exploring the housing industry, trends, and issues facing affordable housing in Kentucky. We hope you enjoy our first episode. After listening, we hope you visit our blog. It highlights stories from around the state, projects we funded, housing initiatives, and people we have helped. It is a one-stop-shop for all things KHC.
Over its history, Housing Partnership, Inc. (HPI), has leveraged over $830 million into affordable housing in the Louisville region and served thousands of families with services ranging from housing counseling to homeownership assistance and developing and managing affordable rental housing, including projects targeted to special needs populations through creative strategies.
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.