Learn more about the affordable housing programs, products and services that the Agency offers to consumers through local partners as well as the financing available for developers, local governments and nonprofit agencies and how investments through specific Agency programs have an immediate impact, secure long-term results for North Carolina’s citizens, communities and economy and impact health care outcomes and costs.
Affordable Housing is Our Business (2022 Agency Programs)
Program impact reports provide information on the immediate impacts of our investments in home ownership, rental housing, supportive housing and housing rehabilitation and repair. These documents also highlight research and reports that show the long-term outcomes and impacts of affordable housing investments for residents and communities.
The Agency also conducts periodic impact assessments on our programs that build on existing research to estimate the specific economic benefits, cost savings and social outcomes of Agency investments.
North Carolina's Urgent Repair Program: 25 Years of Housing Results
Urgent Home Repair: Quality of Life and Cost Impacts
The Impact of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit in North Carolina
The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and Neighborhood Property Values in North Carolina
The Impacts of Community-based Affordable Homeownership Programs
Affordable Mortgage Products: Engines of Upward Mobility
Celebrating 30 Years of the Housing Trust Fund
Financing Housing Solutions for People with Disabilities
Comparison of Federal Rental Assistance Programs to North Carolina's Key Rental Assistance and Transitions to Community Living Voucher Programs
The Agency’s statewide investments save public health care dollars by providing healthier homes with better access to care. Our Health Through Housing series shows how housing affordability, stability, quality and accessibility affect health care outcomes and costs and what the returns could be on investments in rehabilitation and repair, rental assistance and supportive housing development.