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TSAHC Receives $750,000 Investment from Texas Capital Bank

The investment will support TSAHC's Texas Housing Impact Fund, which provides low-cost loans to local housing developers to construct or rehabilitate affordable single and multifamily housing.

Insperity Donates $5,000 to TSAHC

Insperity's contribution will support the Texas Statewide Homebuyer Education Program (TSHEP).

TSAHC Receives $10,000 Grant from JPMorgan Chase

The grant will support the next Texas Statewide Homebuyer Education Program (TSHEP) training workshop in July 2017.

RFP for Audit, Tax and Accounting Consulting Services

The Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation is requesting proposals for audit, tax and accounting consulting services for the three fiscal years ending August 31, 2017, 2018 and 2019.

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TSAHC Partner Spotlight: An Interview with Michaelle Wormly

Every quarter TSAHC spotlights a staff member or partner to help our readers get to know our mission and industry a little better. This week we interviewed Michaelle Wormly, Executive Director of WOMAN, Inc., a housing nonprofit in southeast Texas. TSAHC has partnered with WOMAN, Inc. through our Affordable Communities of Texas programs to create homeownership opportunities for low income and disabled veterans and other underserved families.

What You Should Know About Fair Housing

April is Fair Housing Month as it commemorates the passage of the Fair Housing Act on April 11, 1968. The historic piece of legislation expanded on previous laws to prohibit housing discrimination based on race, religion, national origian, and (as amended) disability and family status.

Ready to Buy a Home? Find Out What’s New

On Monday, April 3rd TSAHC implemented several enhancements to our home buyer programs. These changes will make it easier for even more low and moderate-income home buyers to qualify for down payment assistance grants and mortgage credit certificates through TSAHC.

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