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.
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
- 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 260 units, a 28% increase in our portfolio.
2015 Annual Report