Back Row: Sekai Senwosret, Sarah Valenta, Joe Thomas, Darryl Smith, Eddie Roldan, Moussa Samb, Scott Kim, Marc Bartel, Jeff Lombard Front Row: Meron Kasahun, Leslie La, Maria Vargas, Uche Okezie, Patty Cokus, Brooke Gibson, Robin Finley, Chloe Wattles Missing: Wayne Parse, LaWanna Allred, Renai Mielke, Jennifer de Montigny, Rita Sanchez-Fasso, Janet Rodriguez, Pat Montgomery, Wanda Luz Maldonado, Teasha Kirkwood
Since 1990, HomeSight has worked to preserve and promote economically and culturally-diverse communities through affordable homeownership, business development, and community advocacy.
We believe that communities can only be strong, vibrant, and equitable if homeownership is attainable, cultural anchors can thrive in place, small businesses have access to the knowledge and tools to excel in changing markets, and prosperity is built and shared amongst all members of each unique community.
HomeSight promotes social and economic equity to preserve and enhance economically and culturally diverse communities through affordable homeownership, business development, and community advocacy.
HomeSight believes a community only thrives when given the opportunities and resources needed to create homeowners, build strong small businesses and root community anchors. That is why HomeSight strives to provide quality, personalized homeownership opportunities for communities around the state and takes an integrated approach to providing technical assistance and resources to communities with low access to opportunity in SE Seattle. That way, communities can build shared prosperity in their unique ways and on their own terms.
Through the Years
HomeSight Staff Photo
Partnership with Fannie Mae
Rainier Heritage Parade Float
Groundbreaking at Noji Gardens
HomeSight staff and board members at Seattle Municipal League Luncheon where we received Organization of the Year Award.
Façade Improvement of Angie’s Tavern during NeighborWorks Week
NeighborWorks America Pacific District Meeting
Artwork by Cathy Fields