A program designed to help mid-level income earners afford their first home has expanded to offer new opportunities at projects in northeast and northwest Calgary.
Attainable Homes Calgary Corp. recently acquired a total of 42 units from multi-family developments Arrive at Redstone and Treo in Beacon Heights.
The non-profit organization is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the City of Calgary. It offers housing options for people who qualify for a mortgage and have a down payment of $2,000.
To take part in the Attainable Home Ownership program, applicants who have dependent children must earn no more than $90,000 annually. Those without without children have to earn less than $80,000 annually.
The 42 units are a welcome addition considering the program’s upturn in demand, says president David Watson of Attainable Homes Calgary Corp.
“Our database has nearly doubled in the last year,” says Watson.
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