Building Foundations for Families

Kent Attainable Housing

Kent Attainable Housing is a nonprofit working to break the cycle of 
poverty by creating home ownership opportunities for local families in need of safe, decent and affordable housing.  We buy property, design or rehab a  home to place on the property, landscape the grounds and partner with a low income applicant to buy the home.  When we build homes for families in need, we build foundations for healthier, happier and more productive families and a stronger community.

Surviving Coronavirus Challenges Resource Guide Compiled by Kent Attainable Housing Board

The Coronavirus has impacted all of our lives socially, economically, and emotionally.  But our 24 applicants who are trying to break out of the cycle of poverty by buying a home have been especially hard hit during this time – losing jobs and income, not being able to pay expenses and debt, and struggling with child care. Kent Attainable Housing Board has compiled the following  resources to help applicants meet the many Coronavirus challenges.   View Guide

Amanda Wallace from BB&T now Truist shares her knowledge and advice with Kent Attainable Housing applicants about understanding and improving their credit scores.

Darius Johnson discusses the housing challenges of rural areas and why he supports the work of Kent Attainable Housing.

First-Time Homebuyer Programs for MD Residents in 2020

These programs may help you buy a home. 


We couldn't do what we need to do without our volunteers to help build our homes, video our stories, and help plan campaigns and events.

The Need

A majority of Americans believe that it is challenging to find affordable quality housing in their communities.

Our Stories

Meet our applicant families and hear their stories about why owning a home is important to them.


Kent Attainable Housing acquires property for first affordable home and other news events.

Become a Home Owner

Kent Attainable Housing partners with applicants to learn about home ownership and managing finances, to secure a loan and to buy a home.

Our Work

Learn through written and videotaped stories about the work we do to build a community where everyone has a decent place to live.


We are so grateful to those partners who help us build safe and affordable housing for families in need.

One Home, a lifetime impact

Click on the image to read the full Washington Post article to better understand the housing challenges.