"This apartment is a gift. It is an opportunity to have a life."

- a formerly homeless CASA tenant

Our Impact

CASA stands out from other affordable housing developers.
We focus on a unique niche: extremely low-income people with disabilities.
We are a hands-on nonprofit property manager, committed to our tenants and their neighborhoods.
Our goal for each tenant is that they never face homelessness again.

CASA’s mission is to develop and manage affordable housing, providing opportunities for successful living.

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What’s New?

CASA dedicates 10 more apartments for veterans at Hull’s Landing Open House
On April 13, CASA dedicated Hull’s Landing, a community for veterans, and welcomed 10 veterans into permanent, safe and affordable housing.¬†Learn more!

CASA CEO Debra King named ‘Tar Heel of the Week’ by News & Observer
Longtime CASA CEO Debra King has been named ‘Tar Heel of the Week’ by the News & Observer in response to her work ¬†providing housing and managing properties for people living with disabilities and veterans who are homeless. Learn more!

CASA names newest community ‘Hull’s Landing’ to honor longtime Board member Dr. Keith Hull, Jr.
CASA is proud to announce that its newest apartment community on Sunnybrook Road will be dedicated as Hull’s Landing, a community for veterans. This complex is named in honor of Dr. Keith Hull, Jr. and his family. Learn more!

Hull’s Landing coverage as seen on WRAL!
WRAL was on site April 13 for the Open House Celebration of Hull’s Landing, which houses 10 veterans. See their story!