Explore the state of affordable housing in Kentucky and the challenges faced by developers and loan officers. Learn about the impact of Eastern Kentucky floods and the efforts to rebuild. Discover resources for weatherization and homelessness in Kentucky's largest cities.
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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.
After being affected by the housing situation that followed the tornado and the pandemic, Ashley and her fiancé John will move into a Habitat program home.
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.
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.
After tornadoes in western Kentucky, many people were left homeless. Kentucky Housing Corporation, with help from partners, created a dynamic dashboard to help those people find permanent housing.
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.