Kentucky Housing Corporation invests in quality housing solutions for families and communities across Kentucky.
Relationship to the State Government: Self-Supporting Public Corporation
Current Staff Size: 221Visit KHC's Website
KHC is established
First Bond Issuance to Finance Single Family Lending
First LIHTC Award to City View Park, Serving 503 Families in Louisville
Kentucky’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund Is Created
Recovery Kentucky Program Launches
KHC’s Secondary Market Mortgage Purchase Program Is Established
Total Financing Provided
Total Renters Served Since 1972
Total Homeowners Served Since 1972
Recovery Kentucky helps residents recover from substance abuse, which often leads to chronic homelessness. The 14 centers provide housing and recovery services to 2,000 residents.
Residents in Recovery Kentucky: 988
“Our homes now serve many functions, and Kentucky Housing Corporation’s programs and products have allowed Kentuckians to safely shelter in place and care for themselves and their families. Housing is a basic need, and KHC works every day to expand affordable housing opportunities, enabling people to find homes in the communities they love.”
Pam Moore and Pat Moore
After years of caring for others, Pam Moore finally can relax. For 30 years, she lived in the same apartment complex while working as a home health aide. But as she entered her senior years, she needed a safer, more stable home. The newly constructed Meadowthorpe Landing offered the perfect solution. Equipped with amenities, security features and a close proximity to the bus line and grocery store, Pam feels she is now in her forever home.
When Everett and Deshay Hobson’s family began to grow, they began exploring the idea of purchasing a home. Kentucky Housing Corporation’s down payment assistance program helped them accomplish this goal. By assisting them with closing and down payment costs, the program allowed the family to move into a home early in 2021, so their daughter could play all spring and summer in their new yard.