Affordable Homeownership

Affordable and beautiful homes in a growing community

Homeownership Matters

Low-moderate income families deserve a chance at stability through decent and affordable homeownership.

When we started revitalizing the Blythe Oldfield neighborhood in 2014, only about 30% of homes were owner-occupied. In contrast, the average owner-occupied housing rate in Cleveland, TN is almost 50%.

When the majority of homes in neighborhoods are rental units, neighbors become disinvested or lose control over the area they live in. 

That’s why we believe in homeownership. We hope to see Blythe Oldfield reach 50% resident-occupied homeownership. 

We sell to low-moderate income individuals and families who are either first-time homebuyers, public servants, or local resident renters. 

Homes Coming for Sale

Sold Homes

View homes that have been sold to low-moderate income families

How our home buying process works

1) Homebuyer Education

Attend a THDA home buyer education
workshop. Contact us to sign up.

2) Get Pre-Qualified

Select a lender and work one-on-one with a representative to get pre-qualified for a mortgage.

3) Shop For a Home

Available homes can be viewed above. We also regularly host Open Houses. We offer financial assistance based on income.

4) Make an Offer

The sooner you make an offer the better. Other buyers could be shopping for a home as well.

5) Close on Your Home

Meet new neighbors, get involved in the community, and enjoy turning your house into a home!

Ready to get started?
Sign-up for our next workshop!

Learn More About City Fields

Our Community

Since 2014, we have been working with with residents in the Blythe Oldfield neighborhood. We partner with residents and local organizations to address a wide variety of issues that impact Blythe Oldfield. Affordable housing is just one way we achieve positive change and improve the quality of life within this community.

Our Approach

When it comes to housing, we take our approach very seriously. Rapid revitalization is often used to describe a lot of positive changes in an area. However, rapid revitalization can often have unintended consequences. This quick process can cause rent and property taxes to increase to the point where existing residents can no longer afford to live in the neighborhood. As an organization, we are aware of this and are working to implement solutions to mitigate this problem by strategically restoring ownership back into the hands of the Blythe Oldfield community.

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