Homeownership: Encouraging New Construction

Recognizes programs that best encourage the new construction of affordable ownership housing.

Judging Criteria

Homeownership entries will be judged on the degree to which they:

  • Are innovative
  • Are replicable
  • Respond to an important state housing need
  • Use data, research, and analysis to demonstrate measurable benefits to HFA targeted customers and underserved markets
  • Have a proven track record of success in the marketplace
  • Provide benefits that outweigh costs
  • Demonstrate effective use of resources
  • Effectively employ partnerships
  • Achieve strategic objectives

If you have questions, please email awards@ncsha.org or call 202-624-7710.

2008 Entries

Iowa Finance Authority:
Iowa Finance Authority

This partnership with a private developer has financed 16 Seattle-area homes that are both highly energy efficient and affordable.

Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development:
Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development

This partnership with a private developer has financed 16 Seattle-area homes that are both highly energy efficient and affordable.

Nebraska Investment Finance Authority:
Nebraska Investment Finance Authority

This partnership with a private developer has financed 16 Seattle-area homes that are both highly energy efficient and affordable.

Virginia Housing:
Virginia Housing Development Authority

This partnership with a private developer has financed 16 Seattle-area homes that are both highly energy efficient and affordable.