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Bank of America Awards $30,000 Grant to TSAHC

The grant will support a week-long training opportunity for Texas housing counselors in early 2016.

TSAHC Receives $5,000 Grant from City Bank

The grant will support the 2015 Texas Foundations Fund grants, enabling TSAHC to assist even more very low-income households through critical home repairs and supportive housing services.

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.

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Hispanics and the Future of Homeownership

According to a recent report entitled, “Hispanics & Home Ownership: Closing the Gap” from the Demand Institute, Hispanics will account for “roughly 40% of all new household formations in the U.S. between now and 2020.” The report’s key finding is that homeownership is important to Hispanics, but only a fraction of the population is prepared to purchase a home.

Know Your Rights as a Tenant

Texas state law provides rental housing tenants with basic rights to help ensure their health, safety and security and to protect them from discrimination. Knowing these rights can help tenants identify if their rights have been violated and, if necessary, take action to defend themselves.

“Housing First” Policy Helps Communities Combat Veteran Homelessness

In 2010, the Obama Administration and the Department of Veterans Affairs issued a plan to end veteran homelessness by the end of 2015. The goal seemed unimaginable at the time, but communities across the country are making great strides in accomplishing the task by adopting a “Housing First” model.

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