Before purchasing her attainable home, Sarah had come to the realization that she was ready to build her own equity, rather than paying her landlord’s mortgage. She felt she wanted to put her hard earned money as an executive assistant towards a secure future in Calgary.
Before Mark and Laura moved into their attainable home, they were renting in the Bowness community. It was affordable, but after learning that their first child was on the way, they knew they’d have to move into a bigger home as their family grew.
In 2007, Aseel Jawad and her husband Monjed Al-Bassri fled the familiarity of their home in Iraq with their ten year old daughter, Rafal. Overnight, the family became refugees, landing in Syria under UN protection. The comfort and familiarity of home gone in what seemed like an instant, replaced with uncertainty and instability...
Before purchasing her attainable home, Elise Olsen was living in a rental suite in Kensington. As a registered social worker in the homelessness and addictions sector, Elise loved helping others but knew it was time to help herself.
Attainable Homes Calgary Corporation (AHCC) is a nonprofit social enterprise and wholly owned subsidiary of The City of Calgary that delivers well-appointed, entry-level homes for Calgarians who have been caught in the city’s growing housing affordability gap.
Through our Attainable Home Ownership Program, we connect builders, developers, lenders, lawyers and others to bring down the upfront costs of ownership so qualifying Calgarians can buy their very own home with a $2,000 down payment. Furthermore, when you decide to buy an attainable home, you're also choosing to pay it forward to help another family in the future. When you eventually decide to refinance or sell your home on the market, a share of the appreciation goes back into the program to fund more developments that will help even more people get a foot on the property ladder.
Do you aspire to own a home of your own? Contact us today and let us show you just how attainable this milestone can be.