About Us

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The mission of Piedmont Housing Alliance is to create housing opportunities and build community through education, lending and development.

Our four core values — opportunity, home, community and respect — guide our interactions with our clients, our partners and the greater community.

We offer a unique continuum of services, resources, and properties to address the urgent need for more affordable housing for low and moderate income families.

Read the Executive Summary, Piedmont Housing Alliance Strategic Plan 2014-2017

Piedmont Housing Alliance by the Numbers

870+    home buyers helped through counseling and down payment assistance

$8.75M     in down payment assistance  provided to home buyers

64           single family homes developed

410       affordable rental homes created, owned and/or managed

$160M    in capital funds leveraged from investors, public funds and donors

3,700+    clients provided financial education and a path to economic self-sufficiency

2016-2017 Highlights
  • engaged residents in the transformational redevelopment of Friendship Court, including electing seven residents to the thirteen-member Friendship Court Advisory Committee and creating a master plan that ensures no displacement and adds 80 additional affordable housing units, all in the context of a 600-unit mixed-income, mixed-use project.
  • provided housing and asset-building counseling that has touched the lives of more than 650 families by creating first-time homebuyers, saving families from foreclosure, and helping people build savings for stronger financial futures.
  • expanded our management of high-quality affordable housing to 356 units, a more than 75% increase in our portfolio. 

2015 Annual Report