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North Texas Housing Coalition, Inc in Dallas Texas

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North Texas Housing Coalition, Inc

2900 Live Oak

Dallas, Texas 75204

www.nthcinc.org

214-946-3500

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The North Texas Housing Coalition (NTHC) is a Dallas based 501 C3 non-profit organization
made up of more than 300 organizations and individuals united by the NTHC mission to
promote safe, quality affordable housing in the North Texas region.

The NTHC facilitates construction and home ownership for low to moderate to income
working people. NTHC provides a central meeting point for companies, non-profits, public
officials and families to meet and to exchange ideas regarding safe and decent affordablehousing.

NTHC offers a forum for discussing and evaluating local, state and federal housing policy
and program priorities on affordable, working class housing. NTHC also hosts luncheonseminars that provide networking opportunities and affordable, working class housinginformation on funding resources as well as key community development issues.

NTHC offers one-on-one homeownership counseling, homebuyer education classes,foreclosure prevent workshops and financial education seminars. All classes are FREE andopen to the public.

For more than 19 years, the NTHC has provided leadership, guidance and education to
both the public and private sectors on how housing affects issues such as healthcare,
transportation, education and crime. For more information, please visit www.nthcinc.org
or call 214-946-3500.

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