Attainable Homes Calgary

Portfolio Spotlight: Attainable Homes Calgary

AttainableHomesCalgaryCorporationAttainable Homes Calgary Corporation was created to help more Calgarians move from renting their home to home ownership. Attainable Homes is a nonprofit organization and wholly owned subsidiary of The City of Calgary that offers below market housing and is self-funded through a shared equity model so that a portion of the equity in each home will come back to the program upon sale. AHCC has made home ownership possible for middle-class Calgarians with a business strategy that is based on

√ attractive home prices

√ forgivable equity loans

√ a shared appreciation plan

Attainable Homes contracted Alchemy Communications Inc to create their 2014 Annual Report and a video highlighting their achievements in 2014. This video debuted at their annual City Council meeting and was distributed across various social media platforms.

The annual report theme is Helping Hardworking Calgarians Secure Their Own Homes in Our City and highlights Attainable Homes Calgary’s 2014 achievements:Attainable Homes Annual Report

  • Attainable Home sales were up 46% in 2014
  • Passed milestone of 500 homes sold through AHCC
  • Westbury Park at West Springs fully constructed and occupied
  • Launched sales at 4 new developments
    • Mount Pleasant 1740
    • Evanston Square
    • Skymills
    • 51 Oak
  • 18 units were resold generating $422,736.05
  • Surveys of program participants on their satisfaction level demonstrate 95% of participants are satisfied with ACHH services

Alchemy is proud to work with Attainable Homes and support their mission to make home ownership possible for middle-class Calgarians.

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