The Board of Commissioners of the South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority (SC Housing) will hold a regular meeting on August 17, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. You have the option to join the meeting via ZoomGov. Please register for the meeting by clicking on the following link: https://www.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_DTZJrDLrT06EzaDL7YNclA
Persons with a disability who need an accommodation to participate in the meeting can email ExecutiveOffice@SCHousing.com for assistance. We respectfully request that you email your request at least three(3) business days prior to the meeting to provide time to meet the requested accommodation.
As a mother of three, Akira Johnson couldn’t bear the thought of telling her family they were losing their home. But with the help of the SC Stay Plus program, she was able to avoid eviction and her family can stay safely in their home.
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Joan Suda moved to the Ribaut Senior Village, a 49-unit apartment complex for older adults that received federal tax credits through SC Housing, to be closer to town and to have more opportunities for social connections.
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Erica Mijon was the first of her friends to become a homeowner, after qualifying for the SC Housing’s first-time homebuyer program with guidance from Guild Mortgage. “Because SC Housing had the homeowner’s program, I kept my savings while covering my down payment,” Erica said.
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Gail Simpson was able to secure an emergency housing choice voucher through SC Housing and was quickly able to find a new home in the Villas at North Lake in Lexington.
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Julia Cash was able to receive a new HVAC unit and replaced flooring and updates to her electricity with support from the SC Housing Trust Fund and Rebuild Upstate. Julia can now safely enjoy her home and her neighborhood in Pine Hill.
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David Sandler moved to South Carolina to be closer to his family in Savannah. He moved into Ribaut Senior Village, a 49-unit apartment complex for older adults that received federal tax credits through SC Housing, on the first day they opened.
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Rosa McCoy was able to receive repairs to her home of 33 years with the assistance of Sunbelt Human Advancement Resources (SHARE) and the SC Housing Trust Fund. She was able to watch her 19 grandchildren during the pandemic from the comfort of her home and even recommended SHARE to her neighbors.
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Bill Smith moved to South Carolina from Michigan in November 2020 to be closer to family. Ribaut Senior Village, a 49-unit apartment complex in Beaufort for older adults that received federal tax credits through SC Housing, became his new home. He is now able to watch his grandchildren play in high school sports and visit his son more often.
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