Ready for homeownership? STOP paying RENT for a property you’ll never own.  START putting your monthly payments into your own home. It doesn’t cost anything but a little time to explore this possibility. We’re building homes in Red Lodge and one may be yours if you qualify.  Contact Theresa at 908-872-5596 about the Red Lodge […]

Many households across Montana struggle to find affordable, safe and stable housing. In Carbon County there is a short supply of affordable homes, making it difficult for families to find housing within their budget.  According to the Montana Board of Housing and HUD Federal Guidelines, , housing costs should not exceed 30% of a family’s […]

It has been a big summer for our Resilient Community projects. From building a home, to saying good bye, read all about the impacts being made!       It Takes a Village- The Home is Ready for Purchase Thanks to the generous volunteers sharing their time, expertise, and services, there is now a move-in […]

A home for the community On Wednesday, June 27th, the Red Lodge Area Community Foundation’s Workforce Housing Steering Committee opened the doors for an open house and celebration. The whole community was invited to get a sneak peek of this newly built 1478 sq. ft. home located at 311 N Cooper Avenue. Features include 3 […]

Do you work in Red Lodge? Tired of renting? Are you Income qualified?  If the answer is “YES” to these questions, YOU are the perfect candidate to purchase this brand new home built for the Red Lodge Workforce! Come down to our open house June 27th at 4pm for a special ribbon cutting and a […]

Stay Connected to Resilient Community, Read About What’s Going On As we come out of winter, we reflect on what we have learned and start planning for the future Mental Health in School A mental health curriculum was launched in the Red Lodge High School freshman and sophomore health classes. Forty-four students received education from Malcolm […]

How does a family making 80%-120% of the Area Median Income ($58,500-$73,000, $125,000 for a family of 3) buy a home in Red Lodge, the town they live and work? Most can’t. Assuming this family has good credit, $10,000 for a down payment, and less than $800 in monthly debts, they could afford a home […]