Faces of Home Stories

  • NH_Isaza_Header.jpg

    A New Hampshire family, immigrated to the U.S. mmore than a decade ago, get help to buy and renovate a home.

     

    Gabriel Isaza came to America 12 years ago with $84 in his pocket and a dream. Like many immigrants before him, Gabriel sought the opportunity for a better life.

  • NH_Richards_Header.jpg

    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.

    Related News

    • HFA News
      September 20, 2017

      A New Hampshire Housing homebuyer loan program for manufactured homes in resident-owned communities (ROCs) will be launched at an informational event Tuesday, September 26 at the Medvil Cooperative in Goffstown.

    • HFA News
      November 21, 2016

      Six housing initiatives throughout New Hampshire were recently awarded Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), a key federal funding source for creating and preserving affordable housing. The tax credits will generate almost $29 million in private investor contributions to build 188 total apartments in the state, with 170 of them being affordable.

    • HFA News
      September 8, 2016

      The New Hampshire Housing Board of Directors recently approved financing for the Bradley Commons project located in Dover. Sponsored by Portsmouth-based nonprofit The Housing Partnership, Bradley Commons will deliver 39 new units of quality affordable rental housing to families in a high cost area of the state. During the construction phase, the project will also bring nearly 100 construction jobs to the area.

    • HFA News
      July 21, 2016

      Next summer, 24 units of affordable one-bedroom senior housing will be available to rent in Hampton Falls, following the New Hampshire Housing Board of Director’s recent approval of $400,000 in loans for the construction of The Meadows at Grapevine Run.

    • HFA News
      December 1, 2015

      Six developers across the state were recently awarded Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), a key federal funding source for creating and preserving affordable housing. The tax credits will provide almost $31 million in upfront cash equity to be used for building 170 affordable apartments and preserving 100 more.