NH Housing Finance Authority gets $230,000 grant to help consumers
“As a result of these grants and the additional funding they help leverage, more than 1.6 million households will have a greater opportunity to find housing, make more informed housing choices or keep their current homes,” said HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan.
“The evidence is clear that housing counseling works,” said Donovan. “These grants are a smart investment to help families and individuals find and keep housing, which helps promote neighborhood stability in the long term.”
The NHHFA, a self-supporting pubic service organization, qualified for the grant through a competitive process and was the only New Hampshire agency to receive funding. Three HUD-approved counseling agencies in Massachusetts received grants totalling $2.8 million.
All are available at www.nhhfa.org.
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