Affordable Housing

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Affordable Housing 2016-11-30T11:32:31+00:00

Place and mobility matter. Choosing to live in affordable housing located in diverse, mixed-income neighborhoods that provide strong schools, parks, grocery stores and other benefits instead of racially African American family together outside their homeor ethnically concentrated areas of poverty can provide many benefits to you and your family including positive outcomes related to:

To find one of these “opportunity neighborhoods” that fits you or your family’s needs please use the following maps created by Fair Housing Contact Service or the interactive mapping tool from HUD.

To find affordable housing opportunities in a neighborhood of your choice:A family moves boxes into a new house

If you are interested in purchasing a home, FHCS offers first-time homebuyers counseling to help you make responsible housing decisions for you and your family

If you are having difficulty making your mortgage payments, FHCS can help save your home from foreclosure

For more information on the benefits of Housing Mobility please see

Mobility Flyer

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