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City Council adopts resolution to launch bond-funded Down Payment Assistance Program

City Council adopts resolution to launch bond-funded Down Payment Assistance Program

      The City of Asheville affordable housing bond referendum seeks to make home ownership available to low and moderate income city residents and staff. City Council took a step toward making those funds available when they adopted a Down Payment Assistance Policy resolution during their Feb. 26 meeting.   Here is the resolution:  City

Come learn about the City’s affordable housing bond progress at open house

Come learn about the City’s affordable housing bond progress at open house

Please note corrected date.   On Wednesday, Nov. 14, the City of Asheville will host an open house about the potential to create affordable housing on two City-owned properties. Everyone is invited to attend!   The drop-in style event happens from 4 to 7 p.m. Nov. 14 at the Asheville Public Works Building, 161 S.

Demolition paves way for affordable housing project

Demolition paves way for affordable housing project

Demolition on City-owned property to make way for affordable housing on Hilliard Avenue has begun. In June, Asheville City Council voted to approve a 64-unit apartment complex project aimed at alleviating the city’s severe lack of affordable housing. Quality, affordable housing is a key goal in City Council’s 2036 Vision statement. The resolution authorized lease of City-owned property by Kassinger Development Group


City of Asheville to co-host Affordable Housing Summit

City of Asheville to co-host Affordable Housing Summit

The City of Asheville, along with partners Pisgah Legal Services and Buncombe County, will host the 2017 Affordable Housing Summit on September 29 at UNC Asheville’s Sherrill Center. The 2017 Affordable Housing Summit will bring together developers, investors, planners, local government officials, and policy experts in a day of discussions designed to encourage creative and

Asheville apartment report shows more units, but higher prices

Asheville apartment report shows more units, but higher prices

More than 30 multifamily rental properties are in development in Buncombe County, a sign that the shortage of rentals could soon ease. But rents for many Asheville-area apartment communities are trending toward an upscale market, putting affordable housing out of reach for many of the city’s economically challenged residents. Those are the finds of a


 
 

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