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    Housing Authorities & Agencies in McHenry


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    Business Listing   Century 21 - Sales Offices- Mc Henry - McHenry, IL - Phone: (815) 344-1033


    Business Listing   Century 21 Care - McHenry, IL - Phone: (815) 344-4240


    Business Listing   Coldwell Banker Primus Realty - Sales Offices - McHenry, IL - Phone: (815) 385-6990


    Business Listing   McHenry County Economic Development Corporation - McHenry, IL - Phone: (815) 363-0444


    Business Listing   Realty Executives Select - McHenry, IL - Phone: (815) 344-1800


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    Helpful Definition for: Housing Authorities & Agencies


    Housing authorities & agencies in {city) are the governmental organizations that administer public affairs & aspects of housing in the territory. These authorities often provide apartments to qualified residents at a low rate or even free of cost.

    These are basically nonprofit organizations that coordinate and leverage their federal advocacy efforts for affordable housing in McHenry. These agencies allocate the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit as well as profit and nonprofit firms in the affordable housing fields. The three major federally authorized programs governed by these housing authorities & agencies are- the Mortgage Revenue Bond, the Housing Credit and the Home Investment Partnerships program.

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