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 NewsMarch 3, 2014New Hampshire HFA: Statewide Lenders, Real Estate Offices Recognized for Partnership in Helping Homebuyers Find Affordable Loans
Real estate offices, loan officers, and lenders were recognized for their dedication in helping homebuyers find their way to affordable homes and loans during New Hampshire Housing’s “Best of 2013” ceremony.
- HFA NewsFebruary 26, 2014
Today’s homebuyers face a much more difficult entry into their first home than was the case before the Great Recession.
- HFA NewsJanuary 6, 2014
A plan for a new shelter for homeless families in Manchester moved another step forward. New Hampshire Housing’s Board of Directors approved $750,000 in funding for the Manchester Emergency Shelter, a Families in Transition sponsored project that will convert the former Manchester Community Resource Center building on Lake Avenue into 12 emergency family housing units and an area for services.
- HFA NewsNovember 12, 2013
New Hampshire Housing’s Board of Directors recently approved a $500,000 loan for Concord Housing + Redevelopment to renovate space in the John F. Kennedy public housing complex into additional apartments.
- HFA NewsNovember 7, 2013
New Hampshire Housing’s Board of Directors recently approved Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) funding for the expansion of Bow Highlands, a CATCH Neighborhood Housing development that offers affordable rents for individuals and families. Sixteen townhouse style apartments will be added to the development as a result of the funding.