January 12, 2024

Fahe Members Join Coalition to Support “Have a Heart for Housing” Advocacy Day

Letcher County resident Regina Quillen talks about losing her home and the impact ofdeadly flooding that hit Eastern Kentucky in July 2022 Fahe Members Join Coalition […]
January 2, 2024

Shifting the Poverty Narrative from People to Places; Jim King Weighs In

Shifting the poverty narrative from people to places; Jim King weighs in “Most things we see have been shaped by history in ways we don’t immediately […]
June 3, 2014

Fahe Spring Meeting 2014

On May 20th we held our annual Fahe Spring Meeting for the membership.  This is one of the two official times of the year that our […]
April 15, 2014

Homemade Stress

  Everyone experiences some type of stress at home – the dishes are dirty, the kids are fighting, the lawn still hasn’t mowed itself (and unfortunately […]
February 18, 2014

Energy Ratings and Home Savings

If you’re looking to buy a new home or rent a new apartment, it is well worth your time to become familiar with some of the […]
February 5, 2014

Rising Energy Costs

The winter months are the toughest on household utility bills, especially with rising energy costs.  Appalachia’s middle class is poor by the national average and many […]
December 16, 2013

Coming Home Part 1

Coming home is different for everyone.  During December we will be presenting what coming home means for different people including Fahe staff members, individuals and families […]
October 24, 2013

New Video for JustChoice Lending

JustChoice Lending, Fahe’s mortgage lending branch, supports our mission of community development and homeownership through its ethical and responsible lending practices. JustChoice Lending (JCL) has been […]
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

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 […]