Have Questions?

Got questions about DNDC? We’re here to provide the answers you need! Whether you’re curious about our community projects, how to get involved, or the impact of your contributions, our team is dedicated to offering clear, helpful information. Reach out to us and let’s explore how you can be a part of our mission to revitalize neighborhoods and foster vibrant, thriving communities together.

General FAQs

Are You Part of the City of Danville Housing Department?

DNDC is an independent nonprofit organization that works to improve quality of housing in targeted neighborhoods by repairing homes in distressed neighborhood to provide quality rental and homeownership options in near distressed communities in the city of Danville.

We do not. Danville Redevelopment and Housing Authority gives out Section 8 vouchers. 

When we have inventory, we rent. Check out our page for available properties.

We buy homes that need a little tender love and care and repair them and put them on the market for homeownership.  As a non-profit, we raise funds to keep homes affordable and attainable.

Mission 180 FAQs

Who Can Apply?

Owners of residential properties…

  • located on the 100 & 200 blocks of Kemper Road in Danville, Virginia
  • with homeowner’s insurance 
  • who are up-to-date on public utilities & real estate taxes, OR are current on a payment plan with the City of Danville
  • who intend to correct any building code violations/citations via the program
  • Qualifying homeowners must agree to own & occupy the home for 5 years & participate in the information sessions listed in Learning Opportunities.
  • Qualifying rental property owners must own the home & agree to affordable rent levels for 5 years. The workshops for this program are listed in Learning Opportunities. 
  • Assistance with determining eligibility & completing the forgivable loan application
  • Assistance with identifying essential repairs and improvements & setting the Scope of Work & budget
  • Assistance with identifying & applying for other sources of funding to complete all of the necessary improvements listed in the final Scope of Work
  • If needed, referral to financial counseling, including foreclosure mitigation/prevention services
  • Assistance with selecting & hiring a state-licensed general contractor (GC) to complete the work
  • Monitoring your home’s rehabilitation
  • Processing GC payments
  • Roof, siding, foundation (minor), & masonry
  • Driveway resurfacing or replacement
  • Porch/deck & stair repair
  • Window & door repair or replacement
  • If economically & structurally feasible, adaptations allowing access to & easier mobility within the home
  • Landscaping & tree/bush trimming
  • Remediation/abatement/mitigation of environmental hazards, e.g. lead-based paint, mold, & radon
  • Fixtures, plumbing, sewer (minor), & waterline repairs & replacements
  • HVAC system & water heater repair or replacement
  • Electrical repairs
  • Other repairs, improvements, & upgrades related to health, safety, quality of life, & curb appeal
  • DNDC provides learning opportunities for homeowners and rental property owners & managers. 

    Classes for Homeowners:

    • Preventative Home Maintenance (2 Parts)
    • The Do’s and Don’ts of Hiring a Contractor
    • Foreclosure Mitigation (Only if needed, Telamon Corporation provides this service)

    Classes for Rental Property Owners & Managers: 

    • Best Practices in Property Management
    • Rental Property Maintenance (2 Parts)
    • The Virginia Residential Landlord & Tenant Act
  • The Executive Director will review your application and may request more information regarding your
  • household income. Although there are currently no income restrictions to qualify, household income and composition information is requested as a requirement of foundations/lenders who may provide more dollars for improvements.
  • Execution of Deed of Trust agreements required.
  • The Construction-Rehab Manager (CRM) will make an appointment with you to review your improvement requests, inspect your home for other needs to be addressed, prepare a Scope of Work, and estimate the total cost.
  • If necessary, the Executive Director will help you identify & secure additional resources to fund all needed improvements.
  • The CRM will assist you in finalizing the scope of all work to be completed based on available funds; assist you with reviewing & selection of the general contractor (GC), and negotiating GC bid(s) and the final contract.
  • The CRM will assist you with renovation management by inspecting work underway, processing requests for payment, and closing out the rehab process.
  • All submitted information will be kept confidential.

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DNDC Looks To Improve Its Visibility And Impact In The Community As The Area Continues To Grow And Transform

We're Hiring.

Administrative Assistant
25-30 hours per week
Experience Based Salary