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TSAHC Receives $20,000 Grant from Bank of America

The grant will support a week-long training for Texas housing counselors in early 2017.

Ginger Smith with Finance Home America Donates $500 to TSAHC

Finance Home America's Ginger Smith--one of TSAHC's top loan officers in 2015--has generously donated $500 to support TSAHC's Texas Financial Toolbox online resource.

TSAHC Receives $500 Donation from Down Payment Resource

The contribution will support the Texas Financial Toolbox online resource, which connects Texas consumers with home buyer and financial education providers in their communities.

Cendera Funding Donates $500 to TSAHC

TSAHC has received a $500 donation from Cendera Funding, an approved lender participating in our home buyer programs. The contribution will support the Texas Financial Toolbox online resource, which connects Texas families and individuals with home buyer and financial education providers in their communities.

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Need Help with Your Down Payment? Consider a Matched Savings Program

Do you want to buy a home, but you're worried you don't have enough for the down payment? For this blog post, we want to focus on a valuable savings resource for home buying hopefuls—matched savings programs.

Understanding the Eviction Process

In his best-selling book Evicted released earlier this year, author and sociologist Matthew Desmond recounts the distressing stories of tenants struggling to pay rent and dealing with the consequences. Desmond notes that nationally, nearly one in eight low-income families was unable to pay all of its rent. An eviction can have damaging effects on the well-being of a renter ranging from potential job loss to depression and poor health outcomes for mothers and their children. In this entry, we take a look at the eviction process in hopes that tenants will understand it and avoid it.

Remodeling Projects: Which Ones Are Worth the Investment?

One of the most exciting things about buying a home is that you can make it your own. From the paint colors to the floor plan, owning a home gives you the ability to customize everything to fit your specific wants and needs. As an added benefit, many improvements add value to your home, helping you protect and grow your investment.

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An Overview of TSAHC