Update: The South Carolina Housing Trust Fund Owner- Occupied Program is closed. We are continuing to accept applications for the Emergency Repair Program. Please click here to review the SC Housing Trust Fund Bulletin #3 for eligible repairs.
Sponsors and contractors are responsible for following all local and state building code guidelines. All lead-based paint and asbestos laws and guidelines must be followed on all home repair projects.
The 2022 HTF manuals are expected to be posted on the website by the end of May, pending board approval. Approved HTF nonprofits with certifications expiring in June will have until Monday, August 1, 2022 to renew their certifications. Please stay tuned for further notifications concerning HTF program updates.
When utilizing the South Carolina Housing Trust Fund (SC HTF) for development of affordable housing, it can prove a valuable resource for the creation or rehabilitation of Supportive or Group Home type housing. As Administrator, SC Housing strives to maximize leveraging of federal, state and other housing assistance programs. SC HTF delivers funds through established partnerships with other governmental entities, qualified non-profit sponsors and for-profit sponsors.
SC HTF, as legislated, works through a network of Sponsors, including non-profit and governmental entities. These organizations apply for funding, and then use the funds to provide affordable housing to eligible citizens.
Individual citizens who are looking for assistance through the SC HTF should contact one of our approved Sponsors.
A list of approved Sponsors for Home Repair can be found in the HTF Approved Nonprofit List - Home Repair.
A list of approved Sponsors for Group Homes and Supportive Housing can be found in the HTF Approved Nonprofit List - GH/SH.
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|Application Deadline||Board Meeting Date|
|January 7, 2022||March 16, 2022|
|April 8, 2022||June 15, 2022|
|July 8, 2022||September 21, 2022|
|September 9, 2022||November 16, 2022|
The Housing Trust Fund Advisory Committee is comprised of leaders in affordable housing from across the State, as well as citizens who fall within the qualified income ranges for the Fund. The role of the Advisory Committee is to advise SC Housing of housing needs, to recommend to SC Housing those areas of the State in which affordable housing development should be encouraged, the types of housing development that should be considered for funding, and to provide other pertinent information to SC Housing as the members of the advisory committee consider appropriate.
The members of the HTF Advisory Committee are:
|Charlie Irick||SC Low Income Housing Coalition|
|Jessie Walker||SC Community Development Association|
|Emory Langston||SC Association of Regional Councils|
|Robert Thomas||SC Association of Housing Authority Executive Directors|
|Dan Ligon||SC Citizens for Housing|
|Yvonda Bean||SC Housing Partnerships as a Nonprofit Organization|
|Ruth Johnson||Board Designee|
|Maryam Shareef||Board Designee|
2022 HTF Advisory Committee Meetings will begin at 1:30 p.m. and held through Virtual teleconferencing until further notice.
Program Information 2019 - 2017
Questions regarding the SC Housing Trust Fund Program (SC HTF) can be submitted via email to SCHousingTrustFund@schousing.com.