Laconia Area Community Land Trust
 Building Neighborhoods, Changing Lives

658 Union Avenue            
Laconia, NH 03246               
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Phone:  (603) 524-0747      
Fax:  (603) 527-2514

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Homeownership & Financial Success Center

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Our mission is to assist low and
moderate income families achieve economic self-sufficiency through the development of permanently affordable housing opportunities and associated support programs.

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Affordable Housing Development and Asset/Property Management
- 238 permanently affordable apartments in Belmont, Laconia, Meredith, Tilton and Wolfeboro
- A 13-unit manufactured housing park in Meredith with six rental units and seven homeownership units
- Two permanently affordable homeownership homes: one in Tilton; one in Laconia
- Apartments rented to low- and moderate-income families at below-market rates
- Currently housing 447 adults and children; 1,660 people housed to date

Neighborhood Revitalization and Community Investment
- $67.9 million in community economic investment
-  Land Trust properties = community assets
-  Full real estate taxes paid on all properties as part of our commitment to the communities we serve
-  $2,166,280 paid in local real estate taxes to date

Resident Support Services
- Resident families benefit from support and referral services offered by our Resident Services Coordinator
- Families increase stability and improve economic self-sufficiency

Transitional Housing Program
for Homeless Families

- 61 formerly homeless families have participated in our Transitional Shelter Program; many others living in our permanent housing have received transitional services.   

Homeownership &
Financial Success Center
- 2,137 people have participated in our FREE financial literacy, first-time homebuyer and foreclosure seminars
- 296 families who participated in our homebuyer seminars have purchased homes representing over $44.2 million in home purchases
- 173 homes saved from foreclosure
- 9 low-income families are currently saving for down payments in our IDA Savings Accounts (in which their savings are matched 8 to 1)

What is a Community Land Trust?
A Community Land Trust provides access to land, housing, and economic opportunities for low and moderate income families. Land Trusts help communities provide affordable housing, promote resident ownership and control of housing, keep housing affordable for future residents, and make efficient use of public resources for long-term community benefit. Land Trust property is held permanently in trust for the benefit of the community.