Discover Charlene Mason's journey from Sparrow Ridge to Haven Crossing, two affordable housing options for seniors. Learn about her passion for jewelry-making and why she loves her new community in Walton, Kentucky.
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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.
With assistance from two KHC programs (Down-payment Assistance and Mortgage Revenue Bond), Austin and Cassie were able to afford their first house, which is near family in central Kentucky.
Elisabeth and Logan's dream of finding a suitable and affordable home for their family came true with the help of Cassie Beach and Kyle Best. Through the MRB program, they secured a fixed-rate mortgage and received exceptional service throughout the process.
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.
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.
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.
James Scott was living paycheck to paycheck and staying a single room occupancy unit that felt like a college dorm room, not a home. Then he found Stonewall Terrace.
Thursday, March 9, 2023, Habitat for Humanity of Bowling Green/Warren County (BG/WC) dedicated its 100th home, which was built in part by funds from KHC.