Affordable Housing in Denison finishes another home

By: KXII Staff Email
By: KXII Staff Email

DENISON -- There's another addition to Affordable Housing in Denison as the program’s fourth home was finished Thursday morning. Former councilman Bill Malvern started the project two years ago to provide affordable homes for lower income families.

The city hands over the property to the builder who builds the homes to sell with a lower price tag.

The house located on Martin Luther King Street is expected to be sold for $75,000.

"We got a lot of vacant lots, and my vision was to drive by and see a nice home, and we built this one, and I want to see a bunch more of them here," said Malvern.

Builder Mike Srader says it took three months to finish the job.

Features include central air and energy efficient windows.


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  • by Tommy Location: Denison on Jul 26, 2007 at 07:58 PM
    Builders of affordable housing are trying to build in Denison, but the city building inspection department is making their life heck. You wonder why Denison has so much slummy property? The city hog-ties you. Look at Sherman, they are building new affordable housing so fast it makes your head spin, and they're selling like hotcakes. Wake up Denison, you're too busy trying to save your old school building while the world passes you by.
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