Faces of Home Stories
With a recovery program funded by the housing agency, a New Hampshire mom climbs back from rock bottom.
There is a way back from rock bottom, and Becky Richards had the opportunity to find it with the help of affordable housing.
- HFA NewsApril 23, 2014
New housing construction is still needed to meet market demands but on a different scale than past expectations, a new study called Housing Needs in New Hampshire finds.
- HFA NewsApril 16, 2014
New Hampshire’s senior population will almost double by 2025, and without changes our housing stock and social services may not effectively meet seniors’ needs, a study finds.
- HFA NewsApril 14, 2014New Hampshire HFA: Third Phase of Meeting Place Housing Development in Exeter Receives Over $1 Million
New Hampshire Housing’s Board of Directors recently approved over $1 million in federal HOME funding for Berry Park Housing Corporation, an affiliated entity of Avesta Housing Development Corporation, to construct a third phase of the Meeting Place housing development in Exeter.
- HFA NewsApril 9, 2014
Changes in how the population views homeownership, a mismatch between existing housing and housing preferences, and obstacles to creating a balanced housing market may pose challenges for New Hampshire’s future, a study finds.
- HFA NewsApril 7, 2014
New Hampshire Housing’s Board of Directors recently approved over $400,000 in federal HOME funding for CATCH Neighborhood Housing to construct an additional phase of their Bow Highlands affordable housing development.