Hosted by:

CICCAR

 

NCHC

 

NCHFA

 


Thank you for attending this year’s conference. Mark your calendar for our upcoming N.C. Affordable Housing Conferences at the Raleigh Convention Center:

October 28-29, 2015
October 12-13, 2016


We hope to see you there!


Conference Hosts

Since 1990, Community Investment Corporation of the Carolinas (CICCAR) has provided over $265 million in permanent debt financing for over 330 workforce apartment communities, providing housing for over 16,200 households located throughout the Southeast.  CICCAR is an affordable housing loan consortium with over 100 bank members.  Membership is open to all financial institutions in the Southeast.

The N.C. Housing Coalition is a private, non-profit membership organization working for decent, affordable housing that promotes self-determination and stable communities for low- and moderate-income North Carolinians. Our mission is to lead a movement to ensure that every North Carolinian has a home in which to live with dignity and opportunity. This mission is supported through three primary activities: serving as a resource and referral network for individuals looking for housing assistance and for organizations looking for information; serving as a clearinghouse for best practices, research and data on housing issues in North Carolina; and leading a campaign to empower people to improve housing policy-making by increasing resources, program effectiveness and consumer protections.

The N.C. Housing Finance Agency's mission is to create affordable housing opportunities for North Carolinians whose needs are not met by the market. A self-supporting public agency, it provides financing through the sale of tax-exempt bonds and management of federal and state tax credit programs, the federal HOME Program, the state Housing Trust Fund, and other programs. The Agency offers low-cost mortgages, finances the development of affordable apartments and homes, and special-needs housing, finances rehab and emergency repairs of owner-occupied homes, and offers foreclosure prevention assistance. Since its 1973 creation by the General Assembly, the Agency has financed 221,000 affordable homes and apartments, totaling $14.8 billion.