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To help you determine what approach may be helpful for your situation, the stories below are organized into a variety of categories based on the approach used when creating the particular housing arrangement. You can look for a housing solution that fits most closely to what you want to create, and then read that story for ideas.

Family as landlord:


Renting Homes or Apartments at Market Rate:


Owning Your Own Home


Intentional Community Housing – Renting from a Nonprofit Organization


Living in Non-Profit Owned Affordable Housing


  • Living with a family member in a recently built King County Housing Authority subsidized apartment complex.  This approach is found in: Alexa: Three Generations Together.
  • Living in a non-profit housing provider-owned building, subsidized with a variety of public funding including KCDDD’s HIPDD fund and a Section 8 voucher. This approach is found in: Jason: Everything Falls into Place.


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