These groups provide funding, technical assistance and other affordable housing resources.
Tierra Contenta Corporation
This innovative non-profit serves as the master subdivision developer of the Tierra Contenta neighborhood. They sell lots to both non-profit and commercial development groups. In exchange for favorably prices home lots, developers voluntarily agree to provide at least 30% as affordable units. To date, Tierra Contenta has produced over 1000 units of affordable housing.
City of Santa Fe – Affordable Housing
Information about City affordable housing programs and initiative, as well as fair housing issues (including filing a complaint).
Santa Fe County Affordable Housing
Information about Santa Fe County affordable housing programs and initiatives.
Habitat for Humanity
One of the most successful homebuilding programs in the world.
Landlord Tenant Hotline
New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness
Information to end homelessness in Santa Fe.
This quasi-governmental state agency offers special loan programs for first time buyers as well as downpayment assistance programs available through local banks. They also offer grants and technical assistance for non-profits in the area of housing development.
Enterprise Community Partners
A national resource for affordable housing technical assistance.
The Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Fair Housing Hotline
Offers programs that primarily focus on housing, mental health, and substance abuse – one service and any combination of the three.