Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) invests in affordable housing solutions by offering an array of programs and services designed to develop, preserve, and sustain affordable housing throughout the state.
Created by the 1972 General Assembly, KHC is a self-supporting, public corporation of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and is governed by a 15-member Board of Directors. KHC is a quasi-government agency, which is administratively attached to the Finance and Administration Cabinet, and a portion of KHC's funds are derived from the interest earned through the sale of tax-exempt mortgage revenue bonds. From these proceeds, KHC has made homeownership possible for more than 90,000 Kentucky families.
KHC also receives fee income for administering federal programs, including rental assistance that makes quality housing available to more than 27,500 low-income Kentuckians. Other programs offered by KHC include rental housing financing, including administering Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, homeownership education/counseling, housing rehabilitation, homeless programs, home energy and repair initiatives, as well as loan servicing.
KHC works with many partners across the state to invest in and create affordable housing opportunities. To learn more about KHC, please view our Corporate History. More information about visiting KHC is available under Guest Experience.
We invest in quality housing solutions for families and communities across Kentucky.
We envision all Kentucky families and individuals living in quality housing they can afford.
KHC Board of Directors
KHC is governed by a 15-member Board of Directors, consisting of 10 private members appointed by the governor who represent designated interests in affordable housing, and five public members who are state government officials whose participation on the Board is part of the responsibilities of their positions.