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Housing Programs…

Gwinnett Housing Corporation

As the largest developer of affordable housing in the county, GHC staff manage homeownership and rental programs. Please call GHC for additional information or if you have questions about the programs below.

GHC manages the following housing programs:

Welcome Home

A homeownership program that offers fully rehabilitated and newly constructed affordable homes to eligible low- to moderate-income home buyers. 

Community Home Investment Program (CHIP)

CHIP is a program for income-qualified, Lawrenceville, GA residents who have a property violation from the City of Lawrenceville on the home they reside in, that helps them with the logistics and expenditures of correcting qualified repairs.

Pathway Home

Scattered-site, referral, transitional housing program for families in need who are participating in a self-sufficiency program with a local non-profit. 

Multi-family Housing

Project-based apartment rentals funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Lawrenceville Housing Authority (LHA) and GHC… what’s the connection?

The Housing Authority of the City of Lawrenceville (Lawrenceville Housing Authority, or LHA) was established on May 8, 1950, and was funded through the Housing Act of 1937 for the purpose of providing decent, safe, and sanitary housing to the low-income citizens of Lawrenceville and the surrounding areas.  Since its establishment in 1950, and until 1981, LHA had developed nine (9) housing sites, encompassing a total of 212 public housing units. LHA is a quasi-governmental entity, and as such could not develop additional affordable housing outside of those 212 public housing units. So, in order to add to the available affordable housing stock, in 1997, the LHA board created an instrumentality for the sole purpose of developing new affordable housing throughout Gwinnett County, and that entity is the Gwinnett Housing Corporation (GHC).

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