January 2023, Kent County, MD- Chesapeake Neighbors has purchased the vacant building at 423 High Street
from KAH and intends to develop several affordable rental units on that
property. Proceeds from this sale will allow KAH to make critical investments
in home construction and financial literacy programs in 2023.
“Kent Attainable Housing is glad to partner with Chesapeake Neighbors to
bring more affordable housing to Kent County residents,” said Taylor Frey,
President of KAH. “KAH and Chesapeake Neighbors are great complimentary
organizations, with KAH focused on creating homeownership opportunities in
Kent County and Chesapeake Neighbors focused on developing affordable
rentals across Maryland. We hope this is the beginning of a partnership that
brings more housing to working families, and we’re glad to welcome
Chesapeake Neighbors to Kent County.” READ MORE
November 2022, Kent County, MD- On November 17th, Kent Attainable
Housing (KAH) received a 2022 Sustainable Growth Award from Maryland
Department of Planning in the Sustainable Communities category.
Maryland’s Sustainable Growth Awards recognize people and projects that
advance sustainable growth and conservation in Maryland. Specifically, these
awards highlight development that addresses at least one or more of
Maryland’s 12 Planning Visions.
KAH is honored to have been recognized for its work to build foundations for
families in Kent County. KAH would like to recognize its board members,
volunteers, donors, supporters, and staff for making this accomplishment possible. READ MORE
We buy property, design or renovate homes, landscape the yards and partner with low-income families to buy the home. We build the capacity of our applicants to successfully own a home through required workshops in financial literacy, home ownership, and budget management. We use community volunteers and partners to help make the homes affordable and to mentor applicants through the process.
Kent Attainable Housing depends on the compassion of people like you to help us create a better community. Whether you have a specialized talent or are willing to learn a new one, or can give a small donation or a large one, your critical donation of time or money makes the difference in making our homes affordable for people in need.
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