We believe that every Texan deserves the opportunity to live in safe, decent and affordable housing. Our home down payment assistance programs address the housing needs of low-income families and underserved communities.


Programs for Developers
Helping affordable housing developers build better homes for families.


For Home Buyers, Lenders, and Realtors
Helping Texans achieve their dream through home down payment assistance.


For Nonprofits and Local Governments
Helping Texans improve their housing and financial situations.

Texas Housing Impact Fund

The Corporation is proposing an update and re-branding of its direct lending programs.

TSAHC Receives $2,500 Grant from Frost Bank

The grant will support the Texas Statewide Homebuyer Education Program (TSHEP), which provides affordable professional development opportunities to Texas housing and financial education providers.

Insperity Awards $2,500 Grant to TSAHC

The grant will help TSAHC continue to provide the Texas Financial Toolbox online resource in 2015.

Win a Free Mortgage Payment

In honor of National Homeownership Month this June, TSAHC will be paying a month's mortgage for five new homeowners.

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An Interview with Michael Wilt

For this week’s blog post, we’d like to introduce our newest staff member, Michael Wilt. Michael joined the TSAHC team in December 2014 as our External Relations Specialist.

Rental Housing Prices Now Out of Reach for Many American Families

In May 2015 the National Low Income Housing Coalition released its annual Out of Reach report, which calculates the hourly wage a household needs to earn to afford a modest market rate apartment. The 2015 report finds that the hourly wage needed to afford a two bedroom apartment is $19.35/hour, which is more than 2.5 times the current minimum wage.

Taking a Closer Look at Texas Colonias

The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas recently issued a report entitled, “Las Colonias in the 21st Century: Progress Along the Texas-Mexico Border.” The report notes that approximately 500,000 people live in the 2,294 colonias located along the state’s 1,248 mile border with Mexico. In light of these these eye-catching numbers, we are focusing this week’s blog post on Texas colonias and the improvements that have been made in the past 20 years.

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