Homeownership Impact Study
Have you ever wondered what the true impact of homeownership through Chatham Habitat is?
Read the newly released homeownership impact study:
The study was prepared by UNC Gillings School of Public Health students Morgan Cooper, Emily Gvino, Eduardo Hernandez, Marlyn Pulido & Emma Stockton in collaboration with Chatham Habitat for Humanity
The Purpose of the Study:
To gather qualitative and quantitative data on the long-term health, educational, economic, and social outcomes of affordable homeownership through Chatham Habitat.
Results of this study will guide strategic planning and high-level organizational decision-making while enabling CHFH to keep the lived experiences and the needs of their homeowners at the center of their work.
We will also use the data to demonstrate the importance of affordable housing and provide data for advocacy and fundraising.
Adult & Child Education outcomes
Employment and Retirement
Wealth & Income
Sense of Community
Home Quality & Improvement
Experience with Chatham Habitat
Read or download the full report here: Homeownership Impact Study