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.


Programs for Developers
Helping affordable housing developers build better homes for families.


For Home Buyers, Lenders, and Realtors
Helping Texans achieve their dream through home down payment assistance.


For Nonprofits and Local Governments
Helping Texans improve their housing and financial situations.

Homeownership Programs Manager

TSAHC is seeking a Homeownership Programs Manager to develop, market and manage TSAHC’s homebuyer programs.

Draft Bond Program Policies and Request for Proposals Available for Public Comment

The Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (“Corporation”) has posted for public comment the draft of its 2016 Tax-Exempt Bonds Program Policies and Request for Proposal.

Notice of Request for Proposals

Notice is hereby given of a Request for Proposals (RFP) by TSAHC to financial institutions that can provide depository services for TSAHC.

TSAHC Receives $10,000 Grant from the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation

The grant will support a week-long training for housing counselors in Houston this October.

TSAHC Announces 2015 Texas Foundations Fund Grants

On September 10th, TSAHC's Board of Directors approved the 2015 Texas Foundations Fund grants. TSAHC has awarded $360,500 to 16 nonprofit organizations providing critical home repairs, as well as case management, job training and other supportive services, for very low-income Texans.

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Texas’ Most Popular Home Types

In September 2015 the Washington Post published an article analyzing the most popular home types in the top 40 American cities. The study included six Texas cities— Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, El Paso, and Fort Worth.

The Basics of Inclusionary Zoning

As cities across Texas struggle with how to increase the availability of affordable housing, incorporating affordable housing into market rate developments, known as "inclusionary zoning," often comes up as a possible tool to accomplish that goal. "Inclusionary zoning" or "inclusionary housing" refers to any policy requiring a certain portion or percentage of housing built or preserved to be affordable to low or moderate income households.

Low-Cost Tips to Help Seniors Age in Place

According to a survey conducted by the AARP, nearly 90% of seniors want to remain in their homes as long as possible (otherwise referred to as "aging in place").

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An Overview of TSAHC