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    David Lipsetz Named Next Housing Assistance Council Executive Director
    Washington, DC - October 12, 2017 - The Housing Assistance Council (HAC) Board of Directors has named David Lipsetz as the organization’s next Executive Director. Lipsetz will replace Moises Loza, who is retiring on November 1, 2017 after more than 40 years at HAC. Founded in 1971, HAC is one of the nation’s oldest and most respected nonprofit organizations serving the housing needs of rural America and its residents. David becomes only the fourth Executive Director to lead the Housing Assistance Council.
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    U.S. Treasury CDFI Fund awards RCAC more than $1 million
    West Sacramento, Calif. — The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund) awarded Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC) more than $1 million. The funding will enable RCAC’s Loan Fund, a certified CDFI, to increase lending and investment in low-income and economically distressed communities across the rural West. The Loan Fund offers loans for affordable housing development, environmental infrastructure, community facilities and rural small businesses.
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  • Network News September 2017

    In this issue: Self-help housing provides home ownership opportunities for low-income Alaska residents

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  • Self-Help Builder Sept. 2017

    Wasilla, Alaska – Last year, Kolten Conan was scrolling through his Facebook page, and he happened upon photos of a house under construction. He already knew a thing or two about building homes: he's now 21 and when he was just a little boy, he had scampered among laborers at construction sites around his hometown of Wasilla, fetching boards and helping out with seasonal work.

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  • Network News August 2017

    Oakland, Calif. – In 2008, collapsing home values addled Americans across the nation, bankers were drawing scrutiny and the stock market was collapsing. It was difficult to understand the cause and to know where to keep one's investments safe.

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