Residents in one Baldwin County neighborhood are upset over the possible construction of an affordable housing community.
Jef Hogen has lived in the Dunlap Neighborhood for more than 40 years and says he is afraid the complex creation will lower his home's value.
"We don't want to bring some apartments like section 8 and lower the value of our house, because we work hard, " says Hogen.
Jeff Adams agrees, "I just don't think it should be placed in the middle of a neighborhood."
Both Adams and Hogen say they are also concerned with a potential rise in crime. The apartment complex would consist of 80 units, and it would require tenants to earn around $18,000 in yearly income.
Hubert Yarbrough says he's not worried about the complex lowering his property value, but he is worried about increased traffic. "The only thing I'm concerned with would be mostly traffic, because the traffic is bad right now with just the people that [are] here."
Those residents who are opposed to the construction say they are considering forming a group to stop the development.
According to Baldwin County Commissioner Emily Davis, the reality company looking to develop is eying several locations.