According to the U.S. Census, THERE ARE 40.2 MILLION RENTERS IN THE UNITED STATES OF WHICH 11.2 MILLION ARE LIVING AT OR BELOW THE POVERTY LINE.
The majority of renters living at or below the poverty live in properties that were built:
There is great need for Star C’s EDUCATIONAL, MEDICAL, and COMMUNITY BUILDING INITIATIVES. It’s innovative model has a measured track record measuring the impact on the lives of its residents and the success of the local elementary school. Through free after-school, teen, senior, gardening and wellness programs located on-site in Target Communities, STAR C will help economically disadvantaged residents combat poverty, food insecurity, inadequate education and create environmental sustainability, all of which are severe problems contributing to community decline. The social impact of these low-income families is severe on the local public school system and community at large. Heightened criminal activity, demands placed on government services and an inadequate local healthcare system have lead to the continued decline of the community and surrounding neighborhoods.
The real estate investors and committed board members who launched Star C are entrusted to acquire additional affordable workforce communities where public services are provided by well-intended but overwhelmed agencies. The goal is to have several more collaborative communities in Metro-Atlanta served by Star-C with a franchisable business footprint for expansion beyond.