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Mission & Background

At Highlands Housing our mission is to develop high-quality, energy-efficient housing and provide equitable financing in southern and eastern Kentucky, with an historic focus on Bell, Clinton, Cumberland,
Laurel, McCreary, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Wayne and Whitley Counties.

Our Mission and Service Area

Highlands Housing began in 2007 as an economic development effort to meet local housing needs and increase employment  to help pay for new housing development. We built 3 homes in the first year.

In the years since, Highlands Housing has assisted nearly 150 families achieve the dream of homeownership, increasing annual housing production over ten-fold while developing the staff expertise and that of area contractors. Historically serving six of Kentucky’s poorest counties with limited affordable housing development activity, Highlands Housing has expanded its geography to nine counties and offers a wide array of services.

Our Background

Highlands Housing began in 2007 as an economic development effort to meet local needs for affordable, high quality housing for working poor households with modest means and increase employment to help pay for new housing development. We built 3 homes in the first year.

In the years since, Highlands Housing has assisted nearly 150 families achieve the dream of homeownership, increasing annual housing production over ten-fold while developing the staff expertise and that of area con-tractors. Historically serving six of Kentucky’s poorest counties with limited affordable housing development

Contact Us

Lending:
(606) 729-0215
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General Inquiries:
(606) 864-5175
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President & CEO
606.729.1035
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Wayne County Residents:
(606) 278-2508
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Contractors & Subcontractors:
(606) 307-4753
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Hard of hearing, speech impaired or deaf users, please call the Kentucky Relay Service at 606.648.6056.

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