In addition to rental communities, the Affordable Housing Program assists individuals with the American dream of homeownership. The "Apple Valley" project enabled six low to moderate income families to acquire their own newly built home in Knox county.  This project was replicated in Centerburg with new construction single family homes called "Heart of Ohio" Homes.  Twenty-five 3 and 4 bedroom homes were built for residents at or below 35%, 50%, or 60% the area median income.   Handicap accessible homes were also constructed as well.  Hillside Apartments provided Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland CAC with a unique opportunity to provide safe decent affordable housing to Knox County residents. This 45 unit complex was in desperate need of improvements as many of the units were uninhabitable. In 2007 a renovation project began which totally gutted all housing complexes to completely renovate each unit. When renovations were completed, the end result was beautifully renovated housing.  Hillside has 3 and 4 bedroom apartments under the guidelines of Section 8 Housing.


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