Alaska Housing Finance Corporation

Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
Alaska Housing Finance Corporation is listed in the Housing Assistance & Shelters category in Anchorage, Alaska. Displayed below are the social networks for Alaska Housing Finance Corporation which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Alaska Housing Finance Corporation on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Alaska Housing Finance Corporation is:
8621 Peck Ave
Anchorage, AK 99504
(907) 330-6193

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Alaska Housing Finance Corporation has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Alaska Housing Finance Corporation has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Anchorage, Alaska is 35 and in the Housing Assistance & Shelters category is 38. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Winter is when a homeowner is most likely to notice an issue with air leakage or insufficient insulation around the…

Can’t wait for spring to get started on your garden? The Alaska Master Gardeners blog has ideas on how to get a jump on spring with an indoor garden.
When we moved into our house in October, I started itching to grow something. This

Alaska Housing Finance Corporation shared a link.
Three years in the making, the "Tongass Tiny Home" demonstrates the feasibility and beauty of using locally-sourced second-growth materials in home construction. There will be an open house and tours, 4-7 p.m. Thursday, January 18, at Sitka High School.

From single family homes to commercial development, many funders are supporting projects in rural Alaska. Alaska Business Monthly profiles some of the programs available.
Rural development loans are an important type of funding designed to help improve the economy and quality of life for Alaskans in small communities around the state.

Is 2018 the year you buy your first home? Review the Alaska Homebuyer checklist and take the next steps toward home…

Alaska Housing Finance Corporation shared Anchorage Community Development Authority's event.
Spread the word and stop by Thursday to learn about resources available for families at-risk of homelessness in Anchorage.
We are hosting a Community Service Fair at the downtown Transit Center! This event will provide everyone the opportunity to connect with local, state and national nonprofit agencies on January 18th from noon-3pm. Discover what services are available for you and possible volunteer opportunities with local agencies and take the advantage to talk to a person about your needs! Agencies that are participating are the following: @[80694115094:274:Beans Cafe] @[373094076109216:274:Alaska Youth Advocates] @[86571834633:274:Catholic Social Services-Anchorage, AK] @[163189490377023:274:Food Bank of Alaska] - @[1915858272021447:274:SNAP Works Alaska] @[127947395755:274:Anchorage People Mover] @[86724518889:274:Alaska Housing Finance Corporation] @[229032597108092:274:Downtown Soup Kitchen Hope Center] @[303165326689:274:First United Methodist Church - Anchorage] @[278229692200096:274:HOPE Community Services] @[201632583184878:274:Covenant House Alaska Outreach] @[764936900230673:274:Southcentral Foundation Health Education] @[237901702923179:274:EasyPark] @[95688083859:274:Nine Star Education & Employment Services] @[165478483600768:274:Municipal Clerk's Office] @[351880141893:274:NeighborWorks Alaska] @[189108806475:274:Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc.]
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Join housing experts at the @cbjuneau Housing and Development Forum this Thursday at 9:00 a.m. Continuing education…

Should I buy or should I rent? This video might help you decide

Meet Jennifer and her son Maverick. Jennifer has worked with AHFC for a year and has been a participant in the Jumpstart program for five months. She’s taking classes to become a substance abuse counselor and her ultimate goal is to become self-sufficient and create a better life for herself and her son. Here’s her story
Jennifer has history with addiction and now she’s taking a class to give substance abuse counseling so she can help others get sober and to break the cycle f...

Joan went from homeless to being a homeowner. Read her story and others in our annual report for fiscal year 2017.…