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.

Now Available: 2015 Texas Foundations Fund Application

The 2015 Texas Foundations Fund application is now available. The Texas Foundations Fund provides grants ranging from $15,000 to $50,000 to support nonprofits and rural government entities that provide eligible housing services to very low-income Texans.

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.

Insperity Awards $2,500 Grant to TSAHC

The grant will help TSAHC continue to provide the Texas Financial Toolbox online resource in 2015.

Win a Free Mortgage Payment

In honor of National Homeownership Month this June, TSAHC will be paying a month's mortgage for five new homeowners.

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What a Family Spends on Housing Can Affect a Child’s Success in School

The school year is coming to a close, and while much of the focus is on how well schools prepare students for end-of-year exams, what percentage of their income some families spend on rent is also critical to a student’s scholastic achievement.

The Unexpected Costs of Bad Credit

Your credit score can affect more than just your ability to qualify for a loan. Even if you’re not in the market for a home, a new car or a credit card, if you have bad credit, you could see some unexpected consequences impacting other aspects of your life.

Getting a Hand Up on the Down Payment Challenge

One of the most daunting obstacles to becoming a homeowner is saving for the down payment. It’s not easy, and it may require significant lifestyle changes. As Michael Corbett of Trulia bluntly stated in a Washington Post article “you’re not going to earn a down payment by [cutting out] Starbucks.” While this may be true, it doesn’t have to mean drastic changes are in order.

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