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On Thursday October 23rd William Chasten, a disabled military veteran, received a mortgage-free home in El Paso, Texas. Mr. Chasten is the latest veteran to benefit from TSAHC's Affordable Communities of Texas-Veterans Housing Initiative (ACT-VET).
The grant was awarded as part of TSAHC's 2014 Texas Foundations Fund cycle and will support critical home repairs for three very low-income families, including households with a senior and/or disabled family member.
A public hearing will be held at 2:00 pm on October 27, 2014, to discuss the proposed issuance of multifamily housing revenue bonds to provide financing for the construction and equipping of a multifamily housing project to be known as Palladium Midland Apartments.
The Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation has posted for public comment the draft of the 2015 Private Activity Bond Program Request for Proposals and 501(c)(3) Bond Program Policies.
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The month of October has been designated as Texas Persons with Disabilities History and Awareness Month. In honor of this important month, we have decided to focus this week's blog post on important rules and regulations that help ensure that Texans with disabilities have the opportunity to live in housing that is safe, accessible and affordable.
On Thursday, October 16th the Rio Grande Valley Partnership (RGVP) Chamber of Commerce hosted its 27th annual golf tournament. TSAHC's Texas Foundations Fund program was selected as the nonprofit beneficiary of this year's tournament. Thank you RGVP for your support!
Each year we strive to grow our Texas Foundations Fund so we can assist more low-income Texans; however, we know many more families need help. For this blog post, we want to call attention to other funding sources that support similar critical housing services.