The Board of Directors of the SC State Housing Finance and Development Authority (SC Housing) named Bonita Shropshire as the agency’s Executive Director. Shropshire had been serving as the agency’s Interim Executive Director prior to her appointment.
Park South Apartments, the City of Minot’s first affordable housing rehabilitation project supported by the National Disaster Resilience (NDR) Program, is complete. Local and state official celebrated the project’s completion with a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, Aug. 21.
RIHousing announced yesterday that Moody’s Investor Service has assigned Aa1 ratings to RIHousing’s Homeownership Opportunity bonds which is an upgrade from the existing Aa2 rating.
The Vestcor Companies announced today that they’ve officially broken ground on The Quarry, an affordable housing community in Big Coppitt Key, Florida.
The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency has been selected as a Readers’ Choice Award winner in the category of “Best Mortgage Company” as part of the 2018 Simply the Best readers’ poll conducted annually by Harrisburg Magazine.
The Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) project will house 42 individuals who experienced chronic homelessness. The approach employed at the property is known as ‘Housing First’ where tenants are rapidly housed and then offered services to address the issues that are the cause of their homelessness.
The Hogan Administration today announced more than $9.1 million in grant awards administered through the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development's new Homelessness Solutions Program.
The Washington State Housing Finance Commission has approved a total of $108.4 million in financing for the construction or preservation of 568 affordable apartments in communities statewide.
Colorado Housing and Finance Authority unveiled its new statewide housing fund, the Capital Magnet Fund, to support the development and preservation of affordable rental housing across Colorado.
FHLBank Pittsburgh and the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA) announced today that 15 Continuum of Care (CoC) providers from across the state have confirmed their participation in the Home4Good program.