Alexis Robinson, a teacher at A.C. Flora High, was able to buy her first home thanks to the Palmetto Heroes Program and down payment assistance from SC Housing.
Catherine Cockman was the first resident to move into the 41-unit Parkside at Bethel apartments (a Housing Tax Credit development).
Cindy LaJeunesse is a disabled Housing Choice Voucher recipient who found Sea Pointe Apartments in Beaufort, SC, through SC Housing’s free SCHousingSearch.com apartment location service.
Gordon Whitaker was able to remain in his own home following a bad fall thanks to interior modifications funded by the South Carolina Housing Trust Fund.
Jalen Blunt came to the agency from Dreher High School to gain valuable skills working with the SC Housing Development, IT and Procurement Departments as part of the Columbia Urban League Youth Program.
James Nobels stopped renting and moved closer to work and friends after buying his first home with a SC Housing mortgage loan.
Kim Theva, a former Housing Choice Voucher recipient, saved money on a new home with the help of a SC Housing Mortgage Credit Certificate.