Building Foundations for Families
Creating Equity in Homeownership
Partnering with Our Community
We are deeply grateful to those many partners who help us build affordable houses for low-income, Kent County working families.​
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty Through Home Ownership
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Future Homeownership Program


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

Latest News & Announcements

Kent Attainable Housing Welcomes New Board Members

July 2023, Kent County, MD- Kent Attainable Housing, Inc. (KAH) is pleased to announce the election of six new members to its board of directors. “Our new board members are actively working alongside staff and volunteers to support hard-working Kent County families. They each bring skillsets that will help KAH deliver a strong impact in 2023 and beyond,” said Taylor Frey, Board President of Kent Attainable Housing. READ MORE


Pictured: (L) Mike O’Connor, Amanda Wallace, Tim Lavery, Laura Johnson,

Joe Phillips, LaMonte Cooke.


Kent Attainable Housing, Inc. (KAH) is pleased to announce the acceptance of a
$178,750 American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Grant from the Town of Chestertown.

KAH will use these funds to support its efforts to increase affordable homeownership opportunities and address housing insecurity for low-to-moderate-income families who live or work in Chestertown.

May 2023, Kent County, MD –“KAH is incredibly grateful to the Chestertown Mayor and Town Council for giving us the opportunity to grow our impact and support the economic vitality of this community. Affordable housing is key to Chestertown’s future. Breaking down barriers to access homeownership will allow local families to build wealth and financial resiliency. The broader Chestertown community will also have the opportunity to garner greater economic stability and investment in development and community revitalization.” said Taylor Frey, President of Kent Attainable Housing’s Board. READ MORE

Kent Attainable Housing & Rebuilding Together Kent County
discuss partnership and key differences with The Chestertown Spy

KAH sat down with The Chestertown Spy to discuss our partnership with Rebuilding Together Kent County and how both organizations are doing great work to address the need for affordable housing, just from two different angles.

April 2023, Kent County, MD – Rebuilding Together Kent County and Kent Attainable Housing are often confused with each other. Still, since they work together on many housing projects, it’s easy to point potential clients in the right direction.

While both are involved with addressing housing in Kent County, think of Kent Attainable Housing as the organization that works to “break the cycle of intergenerational poverty by building or renovating affordable houses and partnering with limited-income, working families to prepare for and buy a home,” and Rebuilding Together as the organization that “provides home repairs and modifications to our neighbors with limited resources at no cost to the homeowner.” READ  MORE

Kent Attainable Housing, Inc. has been awarded $25,000
in allocated Maryland Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC) Program Credits

March 2023, Kent County, MD – KAH is one of three Kent County nonprofits named the recipient of CITC awards for FY2023. The Community Investment Tax Credit Program provides a tax credit equal to 50% of a donation of $500 or greater. This tax credit can be applied to individual and corporate state income tax liabilities.  

This allocation of tax credits will support the fundraising efforts for the future construction of its Lambs Meadow project located in Butlertown, MD. KAH intends to build a duplex of two affordable housing units. These two forever homes will mark the fifth and sixth affordable homes KAH has been able to develop in the Kent County community since its founding in 2019. READ MORE 

Our Work

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 homes affordable and to mentor applicants through the process.

Our Houses

Our Applicants

Our Partnerships

The Need

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