Current Homeowner information regarding Refinancing:
For all homeowners that are interested in refinancing your current home loan, please contact one of the lenders listed on the Affordable Housing Lenders page.
For further questions regarding qualification of refinancing, please be sure to contact Samantha Becker at the Colorado Community Land Trust office – (303) 856-7357 ext305 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Colorado Community Land Trust and Habitat for Humanity Metro Denver Join Forces
On July 30, the Colorado Community Land Trust officially merged with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver. This merger, between two exemplary organizations, will create one entity with the capacity to create and retain affordable homes, using both the land trust and covenant models. The result will be even more long-term, affordable home ownership opportunities for people throughout Metro Denver, at a time when it is critically needed.
The new organization will become CCLT- Denver, LLC. Your interaction with our staff will stay the same. Samantha Becker will continue to serve as the Community Land Trust Manager and Eric Welch will be the CLT Designated Realtor. You will continue to pay rent to CCLT- Denver, LLC. In addition, the website will continue to be an ongoing resource for you. Please be sure to visit the CCLT website, www.coloradoCLT.org, for future information.
At the end of August, Samantha will move to a new office in the Habitat for Humanity building at 3245 Eliot Street (West 33rd Avenue near Federal Boulevard.) In the meantime, if you have any questions about this merger, please call either of us at (303) 856-7357 or email me at jharrington@coloradoCLT.org and Samantha at sbecker@coloradoCLT.org.
Also, you may have already heard that I am retiring. It has been my great honor, and the capstone of my career, to lead the Colorado Community Land Trust and to work with each of you. Your success as homeowners has motivated me and fueled my passion for this industry, and I cannot think of more capable hands to leave this organization in than the visionary team at Habitat for Humanity Metro Denver, who will ensure that the CCLT continues to serve the people of Metro Denver for many, many years to come.
Most Sincerely, Jane Harrington, Executive Director Colorado Community Land Trust