A nonprofit provider of affordable housing opportunities


We provide affordable single-family home ownership

  • We purchase abandoned or deteriorating single-family homes and renovate them for affordable sale to first-time homebuyers
  • We guarantee that families are able to prepare for purchase by coordinating with other service organizations
  • We facilitate open access to finance, offering as collateral quality renovated housing, a sound investment for both families and financial institutions

We provide development consultant services to community and tenant organization

  • We ensure that apartments, neighborhood open spaces and community multi-use and service areas are maintained for existing populations
  • We serve as development consultant to tenant associations and nonprofit organizations undertaking multi-family property purchases, assisting and overseeing building renovations, and to nonprofits that own or want to own and preserve their space
  • We work with tenant groups to increase long term capacity to own and manage their own buildings, supervising projects through completion


  • Provided quality affordable homeownership opportunities to more to more than 1,500 Washington DC-area residents over the past two decades.
  • Revitalized 567 affordable homes, including 387 units in 13 multi-family buildings, for low and moderate income first-time home owners.
  • Increased the inventory of ownership and rental affordable housing, reversing decay in DC’s distressed neighborhoods.
  • Contributed to the vitality of the diverse social and economic character of the neighborhoods that are home to many low-income Latinos.
  • Managed construction and played lead role in acquiring financing for a $6 million renovation of CentroNia, the multi-cultural educational center that also houses the DC Bilingual Public Charter School. 
  • Contributed capacity-building and financial support for minority contractors and contractors-in-training, creating job and training opportunities for professional and trade persons.
  • Created a comprehensive bilingual (Spanish-English) curriculum to build the capacity of limited equity co-op residents to maintain the sustainability of their homes.
  • Established the Cooperative Leadership Training Academy, the only free knowledge-sharing forum on cooperative housing in the District.
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Mi Casa, Inc.
6230 3rd Street, NW Suite 2
Washington, DC 20011
P: 202.722.7423
F: 202.722.7427