Faces of Home Stories
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.
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 NewsNovember 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 NewsSeptember 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 NewsJuly 21, 2016NHHFA Provides More Than $400,000 in Financing for Affordable Elderly Housing at The Meadows at Grapevine Run
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 NewsDecember 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.
- HFA NewsMarch 18, 2015
New Hampshire Housing is pleased to announce that Governor Maggie Hassan has named Connie Boyles Lane of Concord, N.H. to serve on the agency’s Board of Directors. Members of the Authority’s Board of Directors are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Executive Council.