How an Atlanta collaborative is transforming access to homeownership with Wells Fargo funding

Several years ago, Takaus Swinney’s work in property management brought him to Atlanta. He had worked in the city before and loved it so much he wanted to establish permanent roots by becoming a homeowner. Initially, he thought it might be an impossible dream since the city is one of the most overpriced housing markets in the U.S. according to the Real Estate Initiative at Florida Atlantic University.

Last November, Swinney found a homebuyer’s education workshop for aspiring homeowners offered…

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