We believe that everyone should have a safe, affordable place to call home. To carry out our vision, we partner with prospective applicants to build and landscape a home and to secure an affordable mortgage loan to buy it. Every KAH home is an investment. For us, it is one answer to a critical need. We believe that safe and decent housing will create happier families and stronger communities. By working with us from beginning to end, we can help prospective applicants prepare for the responsibilities of homeownership, including understanding personal finances and budgeting and maintaining your home.
Kent Attainable Housing serves Kent County residents and workers whose income falls within the eligibility criteria. Household incomes must be at least $24,000 and not more than 50% of Kent County median income as determined by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. For a family of four, 50% of median income would be $37,850. KAH follows a nondiscriminatory policy of homebuyer selection.
To start the process, prospective applicants must schedule an orientation meeting by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 443 282 0622.
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Call Joyce Van Zile, the Housing Counselor for Cecil County Housing Department at 410 996 8216 to schedule your First-time Home Buyer's Workshop.
Household incomes must be at least $24,000 and not more than 50% of Kent County median income as determined by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. For a family of four 50% of median income would be $37,850.
Applicants must be willing to partner with Kent Attainable Housing by doing 50 hours of sweat equity which will include workshops on home ownership and finances as well as work on the applicant's home or other KAH houses.
Kent Attainable Housing representatives will schedule a site visit to help identify the extent of need an applicant has for a KAH need. Many issues are considered in the identification of need including safety, affordability and overcrowdedness.of the current living situation.