The Association of Alaska Housing Authorities' (AAHA) membership includes fourteen regional housing authorities and the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation. AAHA provides unified state and federal legislative advocacy, affordable housing development and funding information, and training and technical assistance, all in an effort to increase the supply of safe, sanitary and affordable housing and community development in the state of Alaska.
Alaska's regional housing authorities play a key role in increasing the supply of quality, affordable housing. They build, renovate and weatherize homes, provide assistance in purchasing a home, offer renter and homebuyer education, develop infrastructure for housing development, build community facilities and provide employment for thousands of Alaskans each year.
AK housing authorities unite on affordable homes
Daniel Fauske, CEO of the Alaska Housing Finance Corportation, left, answers a question along with Ricardo Worl, CEO and President of Tlingit-Haida Regional Housing Authority, Ron Hoffman, Association of Village Council Presidents Regional Housing Authority, Carol Gore, President and CEO of Cook Inlet Housing, and Bart Meyer, Executive Director Baranof Island Housing Authority, right, during a presentation by members of the Association of Alaska Housing Authorities at the Capitol on Wednesday.
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