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We transform lives through housing

KCHA provides rental housing and assistance to more than 55,000 people. This quality, affordable housing supports health and self‑sufficiency.

Street scene at Greenbridge in White Center


Loren Sisley

Loren Sisley was hired by KCHA in 1991. He started by mowing lawns, but has been a Housing Quality Standards Inspector in the Housing Choice Voucher department for the last 23 years. Prior to KCHA, Loren worked as a real estate broker and a property maintenance technician. He loves both meeting the needs of his clients and learning from them. Loren has participated in a number of KCHA-sponsored activities including KCHA’s Adopt-A-Highway program, teaching English Language Learner classes to residents, and delivering meals to elderly/disabled residents during the height of the COVID-19 restrictions. Bringing joy to kids by handing them culturally responsive for-keeps books during inspections sparks a good feeling he’s never outgrown. When not working, Loren enjoys spending time with his beloved wife, four adult daughters, seven grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. He is active in his church, where he is also the keyboard player for its worship band. An avid cyclist, Loren has completed the 206-mile STP ride multiple times, finishing his last ride in 12 hours! Loren holds an associate degree in AutoCAD/architecture and a B.S. in project management from ITT Technical Institute. He studied Russian language at the University of Washington.

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By the Numbers

Children on a playground


Children who call KCHA housing home
Affordable apartment community


Newly served households who were previously homeless
Children's storytime


KCHA housing units located in high-opportunity areas
Affordable apartment community


Housing Choice Voucher program landlords
Woman working in a garden


Cubic yards of waste diverted from landfills each year
The Village at Overlake Station in Redmond


Units of affordable housing owned by KCHA