Affordable Housing Activities
  • Thinking Outside of the NAHASDA Box

    June 20, 2017 | - EST

    One of the most urgent needs in Native communities is housing. Many Tribal members live in inadequate houses or have become homeless. NAHASDA funds are not enough to meet this tremendous need in most Native communities. Leveraging or otherwise combing funds from multiple sources may be necessary to undertake larger-scale housing projects that will meet […]

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  • Knowing the Home Loan Options: Overview and Update

    May 18, 2017 | - EST

    This session will guide you through some of the common home loan programs used by Tribal members nationwide; on and off reservations. Hear about each program’s characteristics, opportunities and updates. They will also discuss the qualifying aspect: typical credit challenge that can be overcome, budgeting for homeownership, preparing yourself for the best program and rate, […]

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  • Section 184 Housing

    May 11, 2017 | - EST

    Section 184 Program is a HUD – Home Mortgage Financing Program specifically designed to bridge the gap between Native Americans and private mortgage lenders. Increasing better access to home or home rehabilitation loans to all eligible Native Americans living on and off native land, plus encouraging more Native Americans to invest in their own home […]

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