Definition: Quality, code-compliant, non-subsidized homes in communities with household incomes between 80–120% of the area median income of $54,000.

Achievable does not translate into lower-quality, stripped down homes in less-desirable locations.

Types of Achievable Housing:

  • Homes on smaller lots in higher density neighborhoods
  • Courtyard or Bungalow style communities
  • Duplexes & Townhouses
  • Multifamily housing

Who wants these homes?

  • Working families who are priced out of buying a new home, preventing them from establishing community roots
  • Empty nesters on fixed incomes and millennials working from home or wanting short commutes who all want appropriately sized, low maintenance homes in desirable, highly amenitized communities
  • Everyone!

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