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Florida: Three Hardest-Hit Fund Programs to End on January 31

Florida Housing Distributes Funding Two Years Ahead of Schedule: On January 31, 2018, Florida Housing Finance Corporation (Florida Housing) will close three Florida Hardest-Hit Fund (HHF) programs.

Assessment Details Characteristics of Housing Across Alaska

Today’s challenges to housing in Alaska include affordability, old or inadequate construction, inefficient use of energy. Tomorrow’s challenges include more aging Alaskans and a transient population that is impacting communities – this according to a 2018 Housing Assessment completed for Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC), the state’s housing financing agency.

Maryland Mortgage Program Announces New Loan and Down Payment Assistance Products

The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development recently announced new loan and down payment assistance products.

Three Hardest-Hit Fund Programs in Florida to End on January 31

On January 31, 2018, Florida Housing Finance Corporation (Florida Housing) will close three Florida Hardest-Hit Fund (HHF) programs.

Colorado’s State’s Housing Needs Drive Record Activity at CHFA

The need for affordable housing in Colorado has reached new heights and was reflected in record levels of production at Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) in 2017.

RIHousing Investment to Revitalize Smithfield Brownfield Site

RIHousing's Board of Commissioners today approved funding for Georgiaville Village Green, an $11 million, 42-unit family development that will be located in the historic Georgiaville Mill Village in Smithfield (https://www.ncsha.org/hfa-news/rihousing-investment-to-revitalize-smithfield-brownfield-site/).

$38 Million in MassHousing Financing Benefit Elderly and Disabled Residents at Center Communities

MassHousing has provided $38 million in financing to Hebrew SeniorLife for the acquisition, renovation and preservation of 98 affordable rental homes for low-income senior citizens and disabled residents at the Julian and Carol Feinberg Cohen Residences in Brookline (https://www.ncsha.org/hfa-news/38-million-in-masshousing-financing-benefit-elderly-and-disabled-residents-at-center-communities/).

RIHousing Investment to Revitalize Smithfield Brownfield Site

RIHousing’s Board of Commissioners today approved funding for Georgiaville Village Green, an $11 million, 42-unit family development that will be located in the historic Georgiaville Mill Village in Smithfield.

CDBG Awards Grant Awards as Part of Homelessness Initiative

The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development today announced the recipients of special Fiscal Year 2018 grants through the Community Development Block Grant program.

Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development: CDBG Awards Grant Awards as Part of Homelessness Initiative

The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development today announced the recipients of special Fiscal Year 2018 grants through the Community Development Block Grant program.