Texas Housing Foundation
Raising the Standard of Living
||Provide opportunities for lower income residents of the State of Texas to live in decent and safe housing that they can afford located in communities of which they can be proud.
||The Texas Housing Foundation was created to provide a tool to create, develop, administer, manage, and provide services to affordable housing projects through related business entities and for the residents and communities in which they are located. Through 2013, over $140MM financed to develop over 1400 units.
||We envision communities in which families and individuals, senior citizens and children, independent and interdependent citizens, live and grow in homes and neighborhoods that are comfortable and valuable. We have developed and/or manage 1400+ units of affordable housing.
||THF is governed by a 4-member board of directors appointed by the County Commissioners of each participating county; as well as an appointed Resident Commissioner. Currently Blanco, Burnet and Llano Counties participate within the organizational structure of the Texas Housing Foundation.
||CREATE OPPORTUNITIESSingle-family and multifamily residences that meet the needs of lower income residents for decent and affordable housing.
CREATE VALUEResidential properties that are assets to our residents and our neighborhoods.
CREATE QUALITYResidents are customers who have choices. Their satisfaction is our business.
- Care for our customers.
- Exceed other's expectations.
- Challenge the common places.
- Beat the benchmarks.
- Surpass our standards.
|Community Resource Centers of Texas, Inc.
||THF currently operates and fully underwrites a one-stop social service outreach serving Burnet, Llano and Williamson County with participating non-profit and state agencies all housed under one roof.
||THF also collaborates with other municipalities, foundations, service providers and through joint ventures with private developers to develop, finance, and manage affordable housing projects.
||Developed 24 3BR duplex units in Marble Falls with a commercial bank loan, HOME, and AHP financing.
|1997 – 2001
||Built 24 3BR homes in an infill subdivision in Marble Falls with a HOME interim construction fund and private mortgages.
||Developed 54 townhouses with local bank tax-exempt financing
||Co-developed 76-unit senior apartments in Kingsland with LIHTC.
||Co-developed 48-unit seniors project in Fredericksburg with LIHTC
and TDHCA Housing Trust Fund financing.
||Co-developed 76-unit seniors project in Marble Falls with LIHTC.
||Co-developed 124-unit family project in Marble Falls with PAB+LIHTC
Co-developed 76-unit family project in Kingsland with LIHTC
||Co-developed 44-unit seniors project in Fredericksburg with LIHTC
||Co-developed 28-unit family project in Johnson City with HOME
||Co-developed 76-unit family project in Liberty Hill with LIHTC
Co-developed 64-unit family project in Llano with LIHTC/HOME
Co-developed 112-unit family project in Waco with LIHTC/HOME
Acquired 64-unit family project in San Marcos developed with LIHTC
||Co-developed 80-unit family project in Marble Falls with LIHTC/HOME
Co-developed 64-unit family project in Canadian with LIHTC/HOME
||Co-developed 20-unit Phase II family project in Johnson City w/HOME
Co-developed 16-unit Phase III family project in Johnson City w/HOME
||Co-developing 48-unit family project in Blanco with 538/HOME
Co-developing 180-unit family project in Georgetown with PAB/LIHTC
||Co-developing 127-unit family project in Snyder
||Mark A. Mayfield, President and Chief Executive OfficerTexas Housing Foundation1110 BroadwayMarble Falls, Texas 78654Tel (830) 693-4521 | Fax (830) 798-1036Email firstname.lastname@example.org