August 15, 2018

North Carolina HUD Housing Programs

The North Carolina HUD Housing Program is a part of the federal government Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), which was established in 1965 to create policies for housing and city expansion. Currently, North Carolina HUD’s primary mission is to enforce fair housing laws in order to create a more suitable living environment for all Americans.

North Carolina HUD Housing Programs

One of the main goals of HUD in North Carolina is to make North Carolina housing affordable and to make the opportunity for homeownership available to families who are on a limited income. This is done via programs that offer some of the following services:

• Counseling for first-time home buyers,

• Help with loan acquisition,

• Advice on avoiding foreclosure,

• Rental assistance for low-income families.

Our Guide To the North Carolina HUD Housing Programs

Sometimes the official HUD pages are confusing or hard to understand.  We try to make sense of all of this for you with our guide.  For information you can understand about getting the help that you need, check out these links to more information about the various programs that are available:

North Carolina HUD Housing Programs (Main page.)
North Carolina HUD Home Ownership Assistance Programs
North Carolina HUD Home Repair Programs
North Carolina HUD Voucher Program Section 8
North Carolina HUD Foreclosure Avoidance Programs
North Carolina HUD Utility Bill Assistance Program
North Carolina HUD Senior Housing Resources
North Carolina HUD Homes For Sale
North Carolina HUD Housing Information For Landlords
North Carolina Local HUD Field Offices And Contact Information

Or, to go directly to North Carolina’s HUD Portal, Click Here: http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/states/north_carolina

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Comments

  1. Teresa Wyatt says:

    what is the ‘punishment’ time period if a tenant left 1 month earlier than that of the lease? It was due to problems with a ‘new’ well & the water smelling strongly of Sulfur, causing me to throw up daily. Landlord did put ‘filters on the pump’ very in-frequently. HUD would do nothing, & I was advised by my doctor to ‘leave’, that it was not healthy. It has been 3 years; and that is what I heard the local HUD Rep say was the ‘penalty-time’ frame.
    >Please help me / I am 45 days from being homeless due to a significant loss in income.
    sincerely,
    teresa wyatt

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