The Colorado Community Land Trust (CCLT) is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization founded in 2002. CCLT merged with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver in 2020 and, together, we have expanded land trust services throughout Metro Denver.
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Any person or household who meets the eligibility requirements may apply. Visit the homeownership page or explore one of our housing communities to see if you meet the financial requirements.
Our program requires that buyers be at or below 80% of the Area Median Income, based on household size. Visit the homeownership page or explore one of our housing communities to see if you meet the financial requirements.
Please provide a letter – from the person giving you the gift – that indicates the amount of the gift. Share this with our team.
Our program requires owner occupancy, so if you are the owner of a townhome, you would need to live there with your son or daughter. At least one person in the household must receive enough income to meet the mortgage loan and home expense obligations.
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Physical Address: 7535 E Hampden Ave, Ste 600, Denver, CO 80231
Mailing Address: PO Box 5667; Denver, CO 80217
With over 150 CCLT closings since 2011, Realtor Eric Welch supports both sellers and homebuyers in our affordable communities. Originally from Claremore, Oklahoma, he graduated from the University Of Oklahoma and entered into corporate retail operations for 14 years.
Eric finally leaned into his passion for real estate, and is now in his seventh year specializing in affordable housing. He guides moderate-income earners as they make one of the biggest purchases of their lives. His knowledge of affordable housing will help make your purchase or sale efficient and easy!
Samantha joined the CCLT in 2005 as an administrative assistant for the executive director and sales coordinator. By 2009, her unparalleled work ethic and passion for affordable living propelled her to her current position as land trust manager.
Before her career at the CCLT, Samantha was a bankruptcy administrator for GMAC, an accounting assistant for Parsons Brinkerhoff, and assistant manager for a retail establishment in Golden, Colorado. Samantha has an administrative assistant degree from Barnes Business College
Lara became a part of the CCLT and Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver as a Stewardship & Compliance Specialist in October 2021 after previously working in property management.