Colorado voters have spoken – Proposition 123 has passed! The successful passage of this ballot measure brings us closer to our ultimate vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to call home.
At Habitat Metro Denver, we’re committed to finding solutions to the affordable housing crisis. Join us - your voice makes an impact in this conversation.
Colorado voters will decide this November whether to boost state spending on affordable-housing. We believe the ballot measure – Proposition 123 – is an effective solution to one of our state’s greatest challenges.
Habitat Metro Denver is among 84 Habitat for Humanity affiliates to receive an unrestricted donation from MacKenzie Scott, collectively totaling $436 million to Habitat for Humanity across the country.
The need for more resources, access, and opportunity to create and preserve affordable housing has never been greater. Here are seven findings on the persistent impact of COVID-19 on economic stability and housing affordability across the United States.
I am asking for those who look like me to be allies for our neighbors and children of color. For those of you who are black and brown, please know that I stand with you. Habitat Metro Denver stands with you. Our mission is to build equity through stable and affordable homeownership by bringing the community together. It is more important than ever before.
Unintended Consequences of Ballot Initiative 122
Denver is now the most unaffordable rental market in the U.S and the median price of a single family home has doubled in the past five years in Denver. Let's work to make housing something we ALL can afford.
Since 1998, Wells Fargo has been investing in Habitat’s work in metro Denver.
Our Homes, Our Voices Week of Action is an effort to draw attention to and spark action on proposed funding cuts at the federal level and the impact they could have on affordable housing programs nationwide.
Habitat urges Congress to protect social safety net programs that support affordable homeownership opportunities.