Discover Ashley Payton's inspiring journey to purchasing her dream home for her daughter. Learn how she used KHC's Mortgage Revenue Bond program and Down-payment Assistant Program to make her homeownership dreams come true.
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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.
William and Cheyenne White lost their home in the July 2022 flooding in eastern Kentucky. In May 2023, they moved into their new house, which was built by Housing Development Alliance with support from the Team Eastern Kentucky Flood Relief Fund.
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.
Kenny and Lisa Bennett's finances and credit were not in a favorable position to purchase a house, but then they met lender Brad Chambliss and learned about KHC products.
Brittany Berry is a recent graduate of Kentucky Housing Corporation's Family Self-Sufficiency program, which helped her save enough money to buy a home through Habitat for Humanity.
As we close out Black History Month and welcome Lender Appreciation Month, Teri Knott (NMLS #56539) and Melanie Yarmy (NMLS #1484875) of Stockton Mortgage join us to discuss how they improve homeownership opportunities for their clients. In this episode, we cover representation in the industry, challenges lenders face.
In nearly 5 months, Habitat for Humanity staff and volunteers in Bowling Green have built 10 townhouses that were funded in part by Kentucky Housing Corporation.
Home is where your story begins. Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) understands this very clearly, because “home" is the foundation for other successful life outcomes.