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The Cook Inlet Housing Authority recently held a grand opening ceremony for its new affordable housing property, Ch'bala Corners, in Anchorage.

Posted September 22, 2022

More than 1,000 people are currently being supported statewide by Alaska Housing Finance Corporation’s Housing Stabilization and Recovery program.

Posted September 1, 2022

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Deputy Secretary Adrianne Todman visited Alaska in mid-August to discuss housing supply needs for Native Alaskans across the state.

Posted August 15, 2022

Alaska Housing's Building Monitoring (BMON) system allows rural healthcare provider to track facility maintenance needs remotely, saving time and resources while solving problems in real time.

Posted August 10, 2022

Participants in Alaska Housing's Youth Summer Camp & Activity Scholarships get an opportunity to soar.

Posted July 22, 2022
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Alaska has a history of taking care of its own, doing things differently, and tackling challenges head-on. This attribute was a game-changer when Alaska Housing Homeowner Assistance funds were ready to be distributed.

Posted September 21, 2022

While it is an exciting time when Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend checks are due to arrive, financial experts also encourage people to be thoughtful in how they spend a sudden infusion of money. Here are some tips that can help people meet their financial goals.

Posted September 14, 2022

Last year, Michael was struggling through the Fairbanks winter without housing. He connected with Helping Alaska and the staff stuck with him through some challenging times. Today, he has a home through AHFC's Housing Stabilization and Recovery program, a job and recently bought a truck.

Posted September 12, 2022

Chelsea Arthur and the AHFC Planning Department have seen a number of challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic, homelessness and affordable housing. Finding solutions for those challenges requires collaboration and innovative thinking.

Posted September 7, 2022

It's been a long road for Kristina to become financially self-sufficient. But working closely with Alaska Housing through the years, the mother of two young children went from public housing to realizing her dream of becoming a homeowner.

Posted September 6, 2022