Home to Opportunity.

39 communities in 9 counties.

300+ homeowners in 2017.

43 years building communities.


DHIC Secures Financing for Innovative, Affordable Communities in Raleigh and Durham

DHIC is pleased to announce that the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency (NCHFA) awarded Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocations to Beacon Ridge (Raleigh) and Willard Street Apartments (Durham) developments, adding 202 units of high-quality, affordable housing to the marketplace for families with limited incomes.

Welcome New Staff

Welcome, Detrick Clark: Family Services Coordinator at Washington Terrace

Please join us in welcoming Detrick Clark, Family Services Coordinator at Washington Terrace, to the DHIC team.

In this role, Detrick is responsible for fostering relationships with community partners to help bring valuable services to residents who will soon call The Village at Washington Terrace home. The Village at Washington Terrace is part of phase 1 and will feature 162 family apartment homes, a community building, outdoor play space, community garden and a host of other amenities. Construction of phase 1 is underway and scheduled for completion in early 2019.

Job Openings

Career Opportunities at DHIC

Interested in joining the DHIC team? View open career opportunities.

Board Highlight

Board of Directors Spotlight: Gary Blum

The DHIC board of directors plays an important role in our accomplishments and helping us achieve our goal of bringing affordable housing options to the community.

Gary Blum, Business Relationship Manager and Vice President at Wells Fargo, joined our board of directors seven years ago, making him the longest-tenured member currently serving. In that time, he has been involved with the executive and finance committees and is now serving his third and final year as Board Chair.


DHIC Communities Highlighted During Impact Investor Tour

On July 24, 2018, DHIC, Community Housing Capital (CHC) and Calvert Impact Capital co-hosted a tour of three of our affordable housing developments. The tour gave local foundations, financial advisors and their clients the chance to see, firsthand, the positive effects of affordable housing in the Triangle.