WE ENHANCE THE QUALITY OF LIVES AND COMMUNITIES BY ADVOCATING FOR, CREATING, AND SUSTAINING AFFORDABLE HOUSING OPTIONS.
Who We Are
Through our related entities, we own, manage, and develop affordable housing. We specialize in a variety of housing types: HUD (Section 8, HOME), USDA Rural Development, and Low-Income Housing Tax Credit programs. We are also recognized as a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO).
Below is a list of related entities under Affordable Housing Advocates:
- 381 Associates
- Affordable Housing Partners, Inc.
- AHP, Inc.
- Cloverfield-Kingston House
- Delphia House Associates
- Delphia House Corporation
- Delphia Management Corporation
- YADC at Sparrows Way LLC
- York Area Development Corporation
- York Housing Development Corporation
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I learn about buying one of the homes you are selling?
Are you accepting applications to rent your apartments?
If I am interested in applying at more than one site, do I need to complete multiple applications?
If I apply to rent one of your apartments, how long must I wait?
Is there a fee to apply for an apartment?
How is my rent determined?
Will you check my credit?
If I own my home, must I sell it before I apply for an apartment?
What is the maximum value of assets (such as, but not limited to) checking, savings, pension, home) I may own to be eligible to live in an apartment?
Do you allow pets?
Do you allow smoking in the apartments?
Do you offer any wait list preferences, such as a preference for being homeless?
Do the properties you lease have elevators or laundry facilities?
Are you affiliated with the Housing Authority?
Board of Directors
Affordable Housing Advocates is directed by a Board of Directors. Members provide Affordable Housing Advocates with expertise in areas including, but not limited to, addressing property needs and expansion, fiscal responsibility, human resources, public relations, provision of services, risk assessment, and strategic planning. Members represent a cross section of the community. One-third of Board membership must be residents of low-income neighborhoods, low-income community residents, or elected representatives of low-income neighborhoods in York City/County.
Kraig Hursh, Leadership York; Realtor, Berkshire Hathaway
- Vice Chair
Casey Darling-Horan, York/Adam MH-IDD; Realtor, Berkshire Hathaway
- Immediate Last Chair
Julie Rosenau, RHI Magnesita
- Second Vice Chair
Cheryl Yerger, Berkshire Hathaway Homesale Realty
Julie Rosenau, RHI Magnesita
- Assistant Secretary
Judy McKee, Retired Lutheran Pastor
Teresa Gregory, Traditions Mortgage
- Assistant Treasurer
John Flinchbaugh, CGA Law Firm
- Sonny (Anu) Banks, The Movement
- Kevin Eisenhart, Eisenhart & Co.
- Melinda Eppolito, Remace
- Linda Gorter, Big Brothers Big Sisters of York and Adam Counties
- Elizabeth Kepner, GDIT
- Lori Leister, Bell Socialization Services
- Janis Lopez, Community Volunteer
- Montrel Morgan, D&H Distribution Company
- Jennifer Moubray, Family First Health
- Shane Patterson, People’s Bank
- Shelley Peterson, Community Progress Council
- Haley Rohrbaugh, CGA Law Firm
- Mark Shermeyer, SAAarchitects
- Mildred Tavarez, Salem Square Connects