DreamQuest Tiny Neighborhoods is creating a path for working class families to realize the American dream of homeownership.
We are leveling the housing market through innovation that will provide traditional homes on foundations at an attainable price point for hard working Americans.

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DreamQuest Tiny Neighborhoods is blazing a trail to keep the American dream of homeownership for all hard-working Americans alive and active. Rising housing costs coupled with inflation, high interest rates, skyrocketing insurance premiums, economic uncertainties due to the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic and a lack of inventory have all contributed to this silent housing crisis known as attainable workforce housing. This plight adversely affects middle-class Americas who are in the thick of this reality. With the current housing market, the dream of home ownership is just out of reach for the middle class.

At DreamQuest Tiny Neighborhoods, we aim to shift the tide by delivering quality programs and services to address this social dilemma through advocacy, community building and property management. In partnership with housing advocates, real estate experts and community leaders, we have designed a comprehensive housing system that will allow working class Americans to realize homeownership once again. Feel free to explore our website to learn more about who we are, what we do and how we do it.

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The Dilemma

National Data:

Based on recent report of the National Association of Realtors, the current landscape of housing for the middle class is dire with over 75% of US homes being out of reach and priced out of the range for the middle-income buyer.

According to Fannie Mae, the US is short 3.8 million properties to adequately house the growing population.

Local Data (Florida):

Lack of attainable workforce housing crisis mounts where nearly 48% of residents in the Orlando metro area spend 30-50% of their income on housing.
Florida’s homeownership rate has steadily declined from 73% to 65% as recorded by the 2020 US Census. This trend is expected to continue if new housing solutions are not made available in the area. Homeownership decline results in economic instability along with reduced social, economic, and political instability all of which adversely affect society.

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