Our Clients

Our clients range from homeowners to non-profits and private developers. Our affordable home plans are frequently used by non-profit organizations to provide homes for families on a tight budget and are also used by developers interested in creating dense, efficient neighborhoods perfect for first-time homebuyers, those in the workforce population or retirees wishing to downsize. A sampling of our community developments clients is listed below.  Click through to view additional details about our relationships with these great organizations and the groundbreaking projects featuring TightLines home designs.

Read a full listing in Our Partners.

City of Raleigh Community Development

Cooke Street

The Cooke Street Development is a downtown Raleigh neighborhood development project that was completed in 2006 through the City of Raleigh Community Development Department. This neighborhood predominantly features TightLines Designs homes.

Self-Help Credit Union

Ribbon cutting!

Self-Help is a community development financial institution (CDFI), and is one of the largest CDFIs in the United States. Since its founding in 1980, Self-Help has provided $4.5 billion in financing to 45,000 homeowners, small business owners, and other nonprofits, nationwide.  Headquartered in Durham, North Carolina, Self-Help operates branch offices in seven North Carolina cities, as well as one office in Washington, D.C., that conduct mortgage and small business lending.  Self-Help also operates three

Wake County Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity, "Board Cutting" Ceremony

Habitat for Humanity of Wake County has since 1985 joined with individuals and local organizations to build simple, decent, affordable homes in partnership with families living at modest income levels who cannot qualify for mortgages at market rates. Habitat for Humanity helps people build and buy their own homes. It works by creating opportunity, not dependency.

Chatham County Habitat for Humanity

Ansley Accessible

TightLines Designs provided nine custom designs for the Chatham Oak neighborhood to meet the requirements for Chatham County Habitat for Humanity in Pittsboro, North Carolina.

City of Greensboro

Ribbon cutting!

TightLines Designs provided house designs for use as infill housing in existing Greensboro neighborhoods. Self Help Credit Union coordinated the development of these projects.

City of Goldsboro

City of Goldsboro, The Juniper

The City of Goldsboro has teamed with Preservation North Carolina to revitalize their historic residential neighborhoods located near downtown Goldsboro.  The City is making an effort to build affordable housing in empty lots that often surround the existing large homes in their historic neighborhoods.  The goal is to sell affordable properties to encourage homeowners to relocate to these historic downtown neighborhoods with the hope that these neighborhoods will eventually be revitalized