The application for the Project-Based Voucher wait list has closed.
Housing Catalyst is Hiring! Housing Catalyst is looking for some good people! We have several positions currently open: Leasing Assistant, Resident Services Specialist and Property Manager. We are looking for people with positive attitudes and great customer service skills. Please see more details about all positions and application information at this link.
Now accepting Request for Bids: Landscape Maintenance and Snow Removal; Annual Refuse and Recycling Removal Services Copies of the bid specifications and route maps will be available at the Housing Catalyst Maintenance Office, located at 1400 Riverside Avenue beginning October 3, 2018, between 9am-4:30pm. Go to this page for more information and links to the bid specifications.
Housing Catalyst is looking for some good people! We have several positions currently open: Maintenance Technician and Property Manager. We are looking for people with positive attitudes and great customer service skills. Please see more details about all positions and application information at this link.
Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 7:30 a.m. 1715 Mountain Avenue, Fort Collins, CO
Housing Catalyst is pleased to announce that Dan Gomez is the new Director of Property Operations. As Director of Property Operations, Gomez will provide visionary strategic leadership in the planning and operation of Housing Catalyst’s portfolio of more than 1,100 rental homes. Read more here.
Housing Catalyst is seeking an experienced Property Manager with strong interpersonal skills to manage its diverse rental portfolio. We're looking for someone with solid knowledge of Housing Program Regulations and Compliance including knowledge of one or more of the following programs: Tax Credits, RTC, Bond Financing, Public Housing, Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher, Section 8 More...
Housing Catalyst served more than 4,000 people in 2017. We celebrated the opening of Village on Redwood, which added 72 new affordable homes to the community. We also provided several community-building events for residents. Check out the 2017 Annual Report for more information!
This illustration of the effects of living in a "poor neighborhood" are enlightening and also disturbing. Go to the full "storystream" by Alvin Change. Click here to view.
Studies into the effect of affordable housing on nearby neighbors continues to find the same conclusion. Affordable housing that is well-designed and well-maintained does not lower property values - in fact in some cases it might raise them! See the Shelterforce Report