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Making Equitable Housing a Reality: An Interview with HomeSight’s Darryl Smith

Since the 1960s, restrictive housing covenants have severely dampened the ability of families of color to own houses and accrue generational wealth. However, thanks to the work of dedicated nonprofits like HomeSight in Seattle, some of the effects of these harmful practices are starting to be mitigated.

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Washington State Passes Downpayment Assistance Law for Those Harmed by Racist Covenants

In May, Governor Inslee signed a law that will create a downpayment assistance program to help people affected by racist covenants used to ban property from being sold or rented to non-white people prior to enactment of the Fair Housing Act in April of 1968.

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Building connections for BIPOC homeownership

Seattle area home prices are back up after a slump last year. And high costs are a barrier for many potential buyers.People from marginalized backgrounds face additional challenges in expensive housing markets like King County. Windermere’s Samantha Enos is here to talk about what’s out there to help BIPOC buyers get into the market.

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History of Housing Justice in Seattle's Central District

A History of Housing in the Central District

How did the Central District of Seattle (CD) become the center of the Black experience in the Puget Sound area,…

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Ginger Segel and Low Income Housing Institute

An Interview with Affordable Housing Consultant Ginger Segel

Ginger Segel has 33 years of experience in affordable housing policy and development. She has participated in the creation and preservation of thousands of low-income rental units in Washington State…

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Cedar Crossing Apartments sponsored by Mercy Housing and Seattle Office of Housing

Introduction to Seattle’s Office of Housing

The Seattle Office of Housing increases opportunities for families of all incomes to live in our city and provides home…

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Samantha Enos Leads DEI Efforts at Windermere

A Conversation With Samantha Enos

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Arches Building Purchased in Effort to Maintain Affordable Housing

The Arches Apartments, located at Rainier Ave South and South Holly Street, has provided affordable housing to families in the…

2500 1387 Corrie Watterson, Dorothy Driver

HomeSight Homeownership Center

In our last edition, we highlighted the new partnership between non-profit

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ASPIRE Interns Make a Difference

In July 2021, Windermere partnered with the University of Washington College of Built Environments (CBE) to host students enrolled in…

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Equity and Inclusion in the Future of Real Estate

A Conversation With Renée Cheng

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Windermere Partners with HomeSight to Launch Black Homeownership Fund

The initial idea that eventually grew into HomeSight’s Sam Smith ‘Hi Neighbor’ Fund came from Paige Dumler, a broker in…

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