AHCC in the News

500 Calgary homes made attainable through non-profit ownership organization

Metro News, Calgary, by Robson Fletcher, September 30, 2014: Attainable Homes Calgary sold its 500th unit Tuesday, marking a milestone for the still relatively young organization that aims to make home ownership possible for middle-income earners in the city’s high-demand market. Amanda Gardippe, 27, thought purchasing a home would be impossible for her family, but recently looked into Attainable Homes and quickly opted to buy...

New developments can aid in vibrancy and evolution of established communities

CREBnow by Kelsey Hipkin, August 15, 2014: “I strongly … think it’s important that we help reintroduce and rejuvenate and change older neighbourhoods that are evolving and changing in different ways from the way they were when they were originally laid out,” said Attainable Homes Calgary president and CEO David Watson, who was formerly a planner with the City of Calgary.

Attainable Homes adds to its inventory - Skymills units may be snapped up quickly

Calgary Herald by Josh Skapin, August 9, 2014: Demand is on the rise at a program aimed at helping medium income earners in Calgary afford an entry-level home. In the first six months of 2014, Attainable Homes Calgary Corp. sold 120 homes. A year ago, the program notched 52 deals. "I'd say it's blistering," says president and CEO David Watson on how hot the interest is in the program this year.

Putting out the welcome mat - Attainable Homes acquires new affordable condo units at SkyMills

Calgary Sun by Myke Thomas, July 26, 2014: Attainable Homes has acquired new affordable homes at Truman Home’s SkyMills condo project in SkyView Ranch. The Attainable Homes program helps qualifying home buyers the chance to buy a home.

Attainable Homes Calgary acquires 69 condos in Skymills complex

Calgary Herald by Dylan Robertson, July 16, 2014: After selling all but one of their units, Calgary’s entry-level housing corporation has acquired 69 more condo units north of the airport to help ease the city’s housing crunch.“In addition to recording 120 sales in the first half of the year, we surpassed 14,000 website registrations ...

City ponders developers’ fund to tackle housing shortage

Calgary Herald by Jessica Barrett, June 26, 2014: David Watson, president and CEO of Attainable Homes Calgary, and the city’s former general manager of planning and development, said the fund could prove useful to combating a housing environment that is increasingly hostile to renters and low or middle-income earners.

Councillor pushes to legalize secondary suites in more Calgary communities

Global News by Doug Vaessen and Tamara Elliott, May 27, 2014: Attainable Home Calgary Corporation homebuyers, Kayla and Kyle, speak to Global News about Calgary's tight rental market.

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WE MAKE HOME OWNERSHIP HAPPEN

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.

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