Thanks to ShoreRivers, the new house on College Avenue in Chestertown, built by Kent Attainable Housing (KAH), is now surrounded by a yard full of greenery native to Maryland. Shore Rivers, a regional non-profit organization, has partnered with KAH as part of its mission to promote protection and restoration of Eastern Shore waterways.
Kent Attainable Housing, the nonprofit building homes for low income ownership, is partnering with BB&T Bank to teach financial management skills to prospective homebuyers.
What might seem like a given for some, Kent Attainable Housing is trying to turn the often far-fetched dream of ownership into a reality for all members of the community.
Thanks to generous donors and a community-minded law firm – Rasin, Wootton and Hurd – who did the settlement pro bono, Kent Attainable Housing, Inc. was able to buy its first lot in Chestertown to build an affordable home for a Kent County family.
Kent Attainable Housing, Inc. is back on track and we expect that our applicant family will celebrate Thanksgiving at KAH’s first house on College Avenue! It hasn’t been easy, but we are excited to report today that the family that we pre-approved long ago in March is on its way to home ownership.
Kent Attainable Housing Inc., whose mission is to make affordable housing available to families in poverty, has published an online “Resource Guide for Surviving the Challenges of the Coronavirus.”