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Sustainable Practices

Our goal is to always stay on the cutting edge of green building. From straw bales to Low-E windows, super insulation, stressed-skin panels and extremely efficient heating systems, we demonstrate new ways to build in Montana. Sustainable development that incorporates community input through a public process is an important, inclusive approach to building homes Montanans can afford.

Homes Montanans Can Afford

We build all our homes with our residents in mind. Making our projects energy and resource efficient helps them fit within people's budgets. The use of aesthetics in our designs promotes self-respect and empowerment  residents by giving our resdients beautiful place to live that they are proud of and that fit will into their communities.

Mixed Use

Homeword seeks to use land wisely. We have developed mixed-use property, combining residential and commercial spaces to complement the urban fabric of the communities where we work. We offer commercial space at three of our properties: Lenox Flats, Acme, and Solstice. Our Solstice development is LEED certified, includes 34 homes and hosts our Regional HomeOwnership Center as well as our office.

Public Art

Public art is an integral part of Homeword’s approach to home development. By asking the community to select local or regional artists to create public installments, we not only support the local arts community, but also demonstrate how incorporating art into home design fosters a rich and vibrant urban fabric.

Equal Housing Opportunity

Homeword is firmly committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation in its properties, programs and services, classes, activities, and materials. Please call (406) 532-4663 x10 to request accommodation or to obtain materials in an alternate format, or dial 711 (TTY) for Montana Relay.