The July edition of “The Down Payment Report” features an interview with NCSHA Executive Director Stockton Williams and coverage of HFAs meeting the demand for down payment assistance in their states.
The Hardest Hit Fund (HHF) program was established in the wake of the Great Recession to assist struggling homeowners and communities in states disproportionately impacted by foreclosures and unemployment.
NCSHA welcomed Stockton Williams on board as the organization’s new Executive Director, following his appointment by the Board of Directors. Here, Stockton recorded the following message for NCSHA’s members
Children’s HealthWatch, a nonpartisan network of pediatricians, public health researchers, children’s health and policy experts, finds that good health begins at home, not at a doctor’s office.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) July 3 issued a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for its Housing Counseling Grant program for fiscal year (FY) 2018.
On June 27, the House Financial Services Committee held a hearing titled, “Oversight of the Department of Housing and Urban Development,” in which HUD Secretary Ben Carson testified and responded to questions regarding the status and funding for HUD programs.
The Hogan administration today announced that Maryland SmartBuy, a nationally-recognized program that assists first-time homebuyers burdened with student debt, will expand in August 2018.
SDHDA announces approximately $17.5 million is available for funding during the 2018 application cycle for the HOME Investment Partnerships, Housing Tax Credit, Housing Opportunity Fund, Housing Trust Fund and Neighborhood Stabilization programs.
The Iowa Finance Authority Board of Directors today awarded a total of $100,000 in State Housing Trust Fund grants to support the construction of homes in Hull and Pella.