October 10, 2013

Revisiting East Corbin School Apartments

A few months ago we featured a video showcasing the development of the East Corbin School Apartments located in Corbin, KY. Fahe worked with Greater Corbin […]
October 3, 2013

Should Housing Be a Right?

Stop and think of your own home.  If you’re presently there, take a look around.  How does it make you feel?  How important is your home?  […]
October 3, 2013

Energy Efficient Housing Improves Lives

Did you know that houses utilizing energy efficient methods instead of standard methods could save a family between $500 and $900 per year?  This is especially […]
October 3, 2013

Finding a Home Knows no Age

Jeff Powell was raised in Blacksburg, VA but he spent a good portion of his life out in the Rockies and Wyoming where he worked drilling […]
September 20, 2013

Fahe Members Nominated for Tennessee’s Best Awards

The Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) has recently announced that thirteen different housing partners in East Tennessee were nominated for Tennessee’s Best Awards for consistently making […]
September 11, 2013

What is a Fahe?

“What is a Fahe?”  That’s a question we hear often and it’s not a question that has one simple answer. However, Eric Haralson, Fahe’s VP of […]
August 27, 2013

Affordable Senior Apartments Make a Difference

John Thomas III has lived a long and interesting life.  Raised in Louisville, Mr. Thomas has been an engineer, surveyor, a proud solider in the United […]
August 23, 2013

HERS Ratings in the News

  Energy Efficiency Fahe considers energy efficient home building techniques to be a vital part of affordable homeownership.  Many of our members specialize in building energy […]
August 2, 2013
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Fahe: A quick View

If you’re on our blog, then you know that Fahe is a non-profit that leverages resources to improve the quality of life in Appalachia.  You’ve also […]
July 5, 2013

Raising Awareness Through Instagram

On July 1st, Fahe launched its #UncensoredAppalachia Instagram campaign to build awareness of conditions in Appalachia.  It was not an easy decision. Many non-profits struggle with the […]