Saturday, September 1, 2012

Housing for Low income






Florida Low Income Housing has been building affordable housing and communities since the opportunity to live the American dream. FLIHA offers five different communities to choose from. These Include, 

The HOME Program helps to expand the supply of decent, affordable housing for low- and very low-income families by providing grants to States and local governments called participating jurisdictions or  it's called PJs use their home grants to fund housing programs that meet local needs and priorities. PJs have a great deal of flexibility in designing their local HOME programs within the guidelines established by the HOME program.  PJs may use their HOME funds to help renters, new homebuyers, or existing homeowners. Since 1990 when the HOME Program was signed into law as Title II of the Cranston-Gonzalez National Affordable Housing Act (the HOME Investment Partnerships Act), affordable housing units have been acquired, constructed or rehabilitated, and nearly 84,000 tenants have received direct rental assistance.   just look this link, Green certification programs are helping these low-income housing projects to be sustainable and energy efficient, which helps keep operating costs low in the long run. Read on to view top 6 green supportive and low-income housing projects across the US. it might be i am the eligible of this housing loan i am trying to say i am lucky to have this if i wanted check it out now you'll figure it out when you read their requirments. there are to many housing who's right now who is affordable.

 

9 comments:

  1. that housing is really neat.... i would love to live in that apartments :)

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  2. It looks like really a decent area to live in. Making it more energy efficient is also great to offset the owners utility bills. Nice program.

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  3. Now that building looks wayyyyyy too nice compared to our apartment right now, I love the design of the building, It actually looks like a condo.

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  4. That certainly helps those family with a low income household. Looks pretty well done and good housing location too.

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  5. That's a very well mission then for the Home Program to lend a hand to those who have low income, nowadays it is really hard to own houses because you would spend thousands but with this I am sure everyone will enjoy to live in their dream house.

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  6. they say it is cheaper and I wish we did that before we got our house. http://www.heartscontentofamama.com/2012/09/hotel-experience-best-western-plus-at-syracuse.html

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  7. this is amazing... our government here in the philippines should also do this..

    but i guess giving people decent homes isn't on their priority list..

    thanks for sharing this po.. :) cheers :)
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  8. nice housing for low income families!

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  9. Wow, kudos to this program! This program can truly help low-income individuals and families acquire a home.

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