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Approximately three-quarters of Cary residents own their home, a higher proportion than in the county or state. However, homes in Cary typically cost more. Higher prices and the escalating cost of land in Cary can preclude many people from having the opportunity to live here. Not only those on fixed incomes such as the elderly and those looking to take their first step on the housing ladder but also those in occupations such as nursing, retail service positions, mechanics, teachers, police, firefighters and construction workers. The Cary Community plan explicitly recognizes the need to ensure that Cary remains an open, welcoming community with housing options available for all who want to make Cary there home. While the Town of Cary does not provide housing directly, it works actively with others to promote this goal. The Town supports a variety of programs individually and in partnership with local non-profit and other providers that seek to ensure that appropriate housing options are available for all. To learn more, see 2020 Affordable Housing Plan and the current Population Report and follow the links below for current Town of Cary initiatives.

Housing Programs

Affordable Housing

Community Development Block Grant program

Housing Rehabilitation Program

Minimum Housing

Neighborhood Improvement Grant Program

Contact

John Donachie, Senior Planner
Town of Cary Planning Department
P.O. Box 8005
Cary, NC 27512-8005
(919) 380-2782
johndonachie@townofcary.org

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