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    Housing Authorities & Agencies in Troy

    Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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    Business Listing   Caron L Koteles Century 21 Town & Country - Troy, MI - Phone: (248) 619-0399

    Business Listing   Century 21 Associates - Troy, MI - Phone: (248) 260-0061

    Business Listing   Century 21 Town & Country - Troy, MI - Phone: (248) 526-2140

    Business Listing   Century 21 Town & Country - Troy - Troy, MI - Phone: (248) 524-1600

    Business Listing   Century 21 Travis & Associates - Troy, MI - Phone: (248) 689-5000

    Business Listing   Coldwell Banker Schweitzer Real Estate - Troy, MI - Phone: (248) 650-0300

    Business Listing   Coldwell Banker Schweitzer Real Estate Inc - Troy, MI - Phone: (248) 879-3400

    Business Listing   Shirley Thomas - Realtor - Troy, MI - Phone: (248) 703-5656

    Business Listing   Skyline Properties - Troy, MI - Phone: (248) 680-9900

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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 Troy. 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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