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The links below provide a variety of affordable housing resources including education, training, services, housing availability, and community involvement.  Find Professional Associations and Organizations related to affordable housing. 

  • Affordable Housing Institute 
    A global non-profit consultancy that helps pro-poor housing finance and development entities expand their business activity to improve their customers’ lives and change their country’s housing ecosystem.

  • Broward Alliance of Neighborhood Development (BAND) 
    A non-profit consortium of Broward and Miami-Dade housing groups. The Florida Housing Coalition and BAND develop programs and services for mortgage, rental assistance, revitalizing the neighborhood and education. View a Video highlighting the positive impact of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) on residents and business owners.

  • Broward County Minority Builders Coalition, Inc. 
    Provides repairs and weather proofing of homes for very low and low to moderate income residence.

  • Broward Housing Solutions (BHS) 
    Provides quality, permanent and affordable housing opportunities to meet the needs of lower income or homeless persons with disabilities who also have a mental illness.

  • Habitat for Humanity
    Committed to building the quality of life, health and prosperity of the region through the production and preservation of homeownership for low-income families.

  • H.O.M.E.S., Inc.
    Provides quality community & economic development, benefitting disadvantaged and at-risk residents and neighborhoods in Broward County. They support transitional apartment housing for foster kids who have aged out of the system, affordable housing for low-income families, rentals for low-income residents, neighborhood revitalization and create jobs.

  • Junior League of Greater Fort Lauderdale 
    A one-stop shop where foster youth transitioning from foster care into independence can access a variety of community resources including housing, education, employment, mentors, and life coaches.

  • Liberia Economic & Social Development, Inc.
    Community-based organization that offers services to low-income families such as: Career Counseling, Employment Training, Job Retention, Affordable Housing, Food and Childcare. The agency is engaged in improving the overall well-being of low-income residents in Dania, Liberia and Washington Park, which are subdivisions of South Florida's City of Hollywood.

  • Mount Olive Development Corporation of Fort Lauderdale 
    A faith-based Community Development Corporation who revives communities, stimulates economic development, generates jobs, supports families and offers programs for individuals with HIV/AIDS.

  • National Housing Preservation Database 
    Incorporates all available data on federally subsidized housing properties and includes nine separate funding streams.

  • Neighborhood Housing Services of South Florida (NHSSF)
    A non-profit community-based program revitalizing neighborhoods and creating affordable housing opportunities in South Florida by offering quality homebuyer education, counseling, lending and community building programs.

  • OneCDP Resource Exchange 
    Provides resources, updates, and information related to all Community Planning and Development (CPD) programs.

  • Urban Land Institute (ULI)
    Facilitates the open exchange of ideas and information among local, nation, and international real estate industry leaders and policy makers to creating better places.

  • Urban League of Broward County
    Devoted to empowering individuals and families to become economically independent, and socially responsible.

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