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National Council for State Housing Agencies

An Affordable Housing Advocacy Agency.

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National Council for State Housing Agencies NCSHA

444 North Capital Street, NW - Suite 438
Washington, DC

Phone: (202) 624-7710
Fax: (202) 624-5899

NCSHA is an advocacy group for low income housing in Washington. It represents state housing finance agencies in fifty states, plus Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. If you are unable to find your state housing finance agency, write to this organization.
As of 1990, there was more than 180 public agencies that provide financial assistance to first time buyers. Generally, there are home price and family income limitations. Your state housing agency or real estate agent should be able to point you in the right direction.

You can alternatively visit the website of the NCSHA for all inquiries by following this link:
National Council for State Housing Agencies.



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Home Inspection Checklist
Home Inspection Checklist
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