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Joyce Sneed, President and CEO, of No Limits CDC, is passionate about her contributions to the community. No Limits CDC, is working to restore communities and neighborhoods by acquiring, renovating and reselling affordable homes to first-time, low- to moderate-income buyers.
“As we return these houses to the affordable housing stock for owner-occupants, we’re seeing more houses being renovated and lawns being maintained, which is a great boost for the community and for property values,” said Joyce.
Our Board of Directors sets the direction, tone, and vision for the entire organization. These skilled professionals, with complementary expertise, work together to build and grow the organization.
Our partners, each totally different but equally exceptional, define the tone for the company: collaborative, innovative, ethical. Our senior leaders, have all proved their worth both inside and outside of No Limits CDC, they continue to spearhead our growth and cement our reputation. Our Board of Director's vision, drive and experience inspire us every day.
To develop affordable housing and to foster development within distressed and disadvantaged neighborhoods. Serving the needs of low to moderate income and workforce families.
To invest in the development of communities by providing affordable housing, resources, and education. There are No Limits to what can be done, together.
Collaborate with public, private, and community partners to leverage financial and intellectual resources to achieve greater results for the common good.
A three bedroom home was sold to a first-time buyer who is under 80% AMI. She’s a single Mom with four young children ages 11 and under. No Limits spent more than $15,000 to return the once vacant home to a like-new state ready for a new family. They added fresh paint on all walls, trim, and doors throughout, installed new window blinds and screens, updated bathrooms with accessories, plumbing fixtures, and new caulking, updated kitchen with a full appliance package, cleaned carpeting and installed new vinyl flooring, pressure washed the home’s exterior, garage floor and outside surfaces, painted exterior doors and trim, and installed a new garage door opener with safety sensors. They also contributed $7,000 toward the buyer’s down payment and closing costs, along with a one-year home warranty. The Fulton County Down Payment Assistance Program provided the buyer with a $10,000 down payment.
According to Ms. Sneed, the closing was a celebration – all involved parties attended and honored the new owner who was in tears – she is so excited to start life in her new home with her children.