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Housing Alaskans: A Public-Private Partnership (HAPPP) is accepting grant applications for “top- off” funding of up to $150,000 for new construction and rehabilitation housing projects. The grant will provide funds for qualified housing projects ready to break ground or be completed in June 2023. The application deadline is Sunday, June 4, 2023.
Sustainability, energy efficiency and functional living space that can serve multiple purposes are some of the home renovation trends for 2023.
As spring starts to make its appearance, now is a good time to prepare your house before the snow and ice begin to melt. Here are some tips from Alaska Housing experts.
While the booming real estate market has received much of the attention nationally over the past few years, the home renovation market has been equally hot.
Spring is home show season in Alaska. Here are three reasons why home shows can be such popular and valuable attractions.
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Simple actions recommended by the U.S. Department of Energy can help you prepare your home for winter and save money on energy expenses.
Grants Administrator Brenda Vu says she did not know what she wanted for her future when she started as a temporary worker at Alaska Housing. Inspired by her clients and colleagues, she discovered a career she is passionate about.
As Energy Program Manager in the department of Research and Rural Development, Michael Spencer helps to find the balance between the parts of AHFC's mission statement.
For Lakesha, AHFC's public housing provided a safety net for her forward movement. Through the Step program, she found resources that are helping her on her path as an entrepreneur and business owner.
Homeowners who make energy efficiency improvements can not only save money on utility costs, they may also enhance the potential resale value of their home.