What is an HFA?

When and where is NCSHA's next conference?

What is NCSHB?

Who belongs to NCSHA?

Who is NCSHA's leadership?

What is my username and password? 
 

What is an HFA?

State Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs) are state-chartered authorities established to help meet the affordable housing needs of the residents of their states. Although they vary widely in characteristics such as their relationship to state government, most HFAs are independent entities that operate under the direction of a board of directors appointed by each state's governor. They administer a wide range of affordable housing and community development programs.

When and where is NCSHA's next conference?

View all of NCSHA's upcoming conferences.

What is NCSHB?

The National Conference of State Housing Boards (NCSHB) exists to provide educational and training opportunitites for state HFA board members to help them govern their agencies most effectively. All state HFA board members are invited and encouraged to participate in NCSHB activities.

A Board of Directors, comprised of HFA board members from across the country, directs NCSHB. The Board meets three times a year—during NCSHA’s Legislative Conference in the Spring, at the NCSHB Educational & Development Workshop in late summer, and during NCSHA's Annual Conference & Showplace in the fall. The board also convenes bi-monthly via conference call.

Who else belongs to NCSHA?

NCSHA's members include state HFAs, and the HFAs of the District of Columbia, New York City, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands; the agencies that allocate the Low Income Housing Tax Credit in states where the HFA does not; and over 300 affiliate members in the affordable housing field.  Learn how to join.

Who is NCSHA's leadership?

View information about our Board of Directors and NCSHA staff.

What is my username and password?

Contact info@ncsha.org for a username and password.

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