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Aug 12, 2021

Bank of America Partnership Promotes Home Ownership!

VHCDC Partners with Bank of America to Assist First-Time Home Buyers!

Homebuyer education is an important first step and is encouraged for all prospective homebuyers. For some, education may be a requirement, specifically first-time buyers, borrowers who use nontraditional credit, or borrowers who use down payment and cost savings programs. That’s why Bank of Americ ... View Full Article

Jul 15, 2021

VHCDC Achieves HUD HCE Agency Approval

HUD Approved Housing Counseling and Education Agency

VHCDC is pleased to announce it has become a HUD Approved Housing Counseling and Education Agency (Agency ID #90617).  HUD sponsors housing counseling agencies throughout the country that can provide advice on buying a home, renting, defaults, foreclosures, and credit issues.  VHCDC is app ... View Full Article

Oct 30, 2020

Housing Services Office Relocates to Bloom

VHCDC Housing Services Office Relocates to Portsmouth bloom

The VHCDC Housing Services Office (HSO) has a new address.  Effective Monday, November 2nd the Office will be located in the bloom Co-Working Center in Portsmouth.  The new address is 719 High Street, Suite 101. Portsmouth, VA 23704.
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Jun 24, 2020

Certified CDE (VHCDC) Seeks Investment Capital

Housing Fund Seeks Up to $1.5MM to Scale Affordable Housing Development

Virginia Housing and Community Development Corporation (VHCDC), a U.S. Treasury certified nonprofit Community Development Entity (CDE), is seeking equity investors for up to $1.5 million to scale their investment model of acquiring, renovating, leasing and selling single-family homes to disabled/hom ... View Full Article

Aug 26, 2019

VHCDC Homes for Veterans Fundraiser

VHCDC Seeks 120 Homes for Disabled and Homeless Veterans

VHCDC launched today is fundraiser to rehabilitate and build 120 homes for veterans.The Problem: A Serious Housing Crisis.  In many areas across the country, there is little to no housing available that lower income people can afford. This problem is of particular concern in Hampton Roads, wher ... View Full Article

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