title>About EL PASO AFFORDABLE HOUSING HOAP, INC
"... to assist families to develop assets and increase their quality of life through financial education, homeownership, credit management, savings, and access to low cost capital."

About El Paso Affordable Housing

What is a El Paso Affordable Housing and how can it Help you? (Click here to view our privacy policy)

El Paso Affordable Housing is a 501(c) 3 non-profit charitable organization formed by local credit unions who organize their resources together in an effort to provide important community programs to enhance the services of credit unions

Our Mission: (click here to view our video)

The mission of El Paso Affordable Housing is to empower members of the financially underserved community with the ability to develop family wealth and economic and financial stability. El Paso Affordable Housing does this by offering free financial education, home ownership workshops, credit counseling, and promoting savings, while developing loan products and financial services that will empower low to moderate members to access low cost capital, develop family assets, build wealth, and credit worthiness.

Services Provided:

Housing Assistance
Credit Counseling
Budgeting
Free tax preparation
Down payment assistance

 

Proud Members of: Don't Borrow Trouble El Paso Logo Network of Latino Credit Unions and Professionals Logo National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders

El Paso Affordable Housing | 6801 Viscount Blvd, Ste A | El Paso, TX 79925 | PHONE (915) 838-9608 | FAX (915) 838-8085

Public Notice:
“El Paso Affordable Housing CUSO is a member of  the National Association of Latino Community Asset Builders (NALCAB) whose members have partnered into a national consortium of non-profit affordable housing organizations that will submit an application on July 17, 2009 to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in response to the Neighborhood Stabilization Program Round II (NSP II) Notice of Funding Availability released on May 4, 2009. 

The coalition NALCAB member participants have chosen Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. (CPLC) of Phoenix, AZ to act as the lead applicant and fiscal agent for this grant request since it is one of the largest non-profit community development organizations  in NALCAB.  CPLC is among the largest non-profit community development corporations in the United States with assets over $97 million.  All of the organizations that make up this consortium serve predominately Hispanic/Latino communities and provide bilingual/ bicultural services. 

The purpose of this application is to stabilize neighborhoods whose viability have been and continue to be damaged by the economic effects of foreclosed upon, abandoned, blighted and vacant properties.  The CPLC/ NALCAB NSPII Consortium anticipates that the activities proposed in this application will substantively stabilize local real estate markets, particularly in lower-income areas, and stimulate local economies.

The CPLC/ NALCAB NSPII Consortium hereby solicits public comment on the program details presented. Click on the following link to download full public notice summary in Portable Document Format (PDF):  www.cplc.org/nsp2