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BUILDING AFFORDABILITY FOR GENERATIONS

 

Mountain Housing Opportunities is a private, non-profit community development corporation whose mission is to build and improve homes, neighborhoods, communities, and lives, and build hope and dignity in the people we serve. Together, we’ll make a home for you.

We started with a straightforward but essential idea: safe homes in good neighborhoods are a right. We knew having a good home was vital for families and the community’s health and well-being. Now, over 35 years later, we continue to serve our community through programs that promote safe, attractive, and affordable housing for our neighbors.

Neighbors Helped Annually

MHO helps our community find the homes they deserve. Learn more about the impact we’re making.

Developments

MHO constructs developments and homes that make an immediate difference. Learn more about their impacts.

Solar Panels Installed

MHO is committed to using green practices to build more efficient, well-located homes. Learn more about our promise to protect the environment.
“My number one business goal when I got my real estate license was to try and help MHO in any way, shape, or form. Mountain Housing Opportunities has made an immeasurable difference in my life… it’s broken the chain of poverty within my family.”

– Athena
Self-Help Homeownership Program

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