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.

Disabled Veteran Receives Donated Home in Kingwood

On Tuesday, December 16th, Arthur Thomas, a disabled veteran, and his wife Charlene received a mortgage-free home in the Kingwood neighborhood of Houston. The Thomas's are the latest family to benefit from TSAHC's Affordable Communities of Texas Veterans Housing Initiative (ACT-VET).

Wells Fargo Housing Foundation Awards $10,000 to TSAHC

This grant will support a week-long training for housing counselors as part of the Texas Statewide Homebuyer Education Program (TSHEP).

Draft 2015 Annual Action Plan Available for Public Comment

The Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation presents for public comment its draft 2015 Annual Action Plan, which is a component of the 2015 State Low Income Housing Plan.

Disabled Military Veteran Receives Donated Home in El Paso

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).

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Studies Show Link between Affordable Housing and Improved Family Health

Researchers have long studied the links between decent, affordable housing and health outcomes for families and children. While some of the links may seem obvious—such as reduced exposure to allergens and environmental toxins—there are others that are harder to quantify.

Is Student Loan Debt Keeping Millennials from Buying a Home?

According to a 2014 CNN Money article, the American student loan debt balance has risen to 1.1 trillion dollars, with the debt for a graduate under 30 averaging $21,000. What affect will this debt have on millennials' ability to purchase a home?

Federal Changes Aim to Increase Homeownership Rates

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) and Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) recently announced significant changes to increase homeownership rates and bring first-time home buyers out of the shadows and back into the home-buying market.

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