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We are deeply grateful to those many partners who help us build affordable houses for Kent County working families.​
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Welcome to Kent Attainable Housing! We’re a nonprofit organization located in Kent County, Maryland, with a mission to address housing affordability and financial security for hardworking families. Our approach is simple – we acquire properties, construct financially affordable homes, and collaborate closely with our community housing partners.

But that’s not all! We also provide financial education, mentorship, and ongoing support to our new homeowners because we’re all about achieving long-term success. Our aim? To ensure that families in Kent County have access to housing they can afford and the necessary skills and resources to become successful homeowners and create brighter futures.

So, whether you want to join our Future Homeowners Program or are interested in learning how you can volunteer and support our programs, you’re in the right place!

Our Applicant Families

How to Get Involved

Why Affordable Homes?

Future Homeownership Program


We are currently accepting applications to our Future Homeowner Program.
Click below to learn more about the program and program qualifications.

Kent Attainable Housing News

Kent Attainable Housing, Inc. Awarded $810,000 in Congressional Funding to Address Affordable Housing in Kent County, Maryland

Chestertown, Maryland – March 25, 2024: Kent Attainable Housing, Inc. (KAH) has been awarded $810,000 in Congressional funding to address the affordable housing crisis in Kent County, Maryland. Maryland’s U.S. Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen secured the funding as part of a package of Fiscal Year 2024 government funding bills, which the President signed. This significant allocation is a vital step forward in addressing the urgent need for affordable housing in Kent County.

“The rising cost of housing has put the goal of homeownership out of reach for too many Marylanders. We worked to secure this direct federal investment to bring more affordable housing to communities in Kent County – offering more residents the opportunity to own a home and build a brighter future for themselves and their families,” said Senator Van Hollen. 

“This support from the Maryland Senators and the Senate Appropriations Committee will accelerate our efforts to make homeownership attainable and help us jumpstart the revitalization of critical communities within Kent County,” said Taylor Frey, Chairman of the Board for Kent Attainable Housing. “We are grateful for this vote of confidence and reaffirm our steadfast commitment to serving the needs of Kent County families. We hope to secure additional funding to accelerate this effort further.” 

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