AHFC’s mission is to provide Alaskans access to safe, quality, affordable housing.
Since 1986, this mission has expanded from providing affordable loans to public housing programs, energy efficiency and weatherization programs, senior housing programs, and professional development opportunities.
AHFC is a self-supporting public corporation with offices in 16 communities statewide.
AHFC has contributed more than $1.9 billion to the state in the form of direct dividends going into the General Fund (the state's funding source for all services and programs), providing funds to the state for capital (building and equipment) improvements; bonding for projects such as university student housing; purchasing state assets, such as the Robert B. Atwood Building; and deferred maintenance of state-owned property.
AHFC is governed by the By-Laws of the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.