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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.

Topics surveyed:

  • Adult & Child Education outcomes

  • Employment and Retirement

  • Wealth & Income

  • Health

  • Sense of Community

  • Home Quality & Improvement

  • Experience with Chatham Habitat

Read or download the full report here: Homeownership Impact Study

Homeownership Impact Study for Web
Download PDF • 5.30MB

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