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Austin Affordable

Housing Corporation

WHAT AAHC DOES

Austin Affordable Housing Corporation (AAHC) is a nonprofit subsidiary of the Housing Authority of the City of Austin (HACA) created in 2003 to ensure and preserve quality, affordable housing opportunities for low- to moderate-income families in Austin as well as provide financial literacy and homeownership opportunities.

Austin Affordable Housing Corporation

Recent studies underscore that Austin is now the most expensive rental market in Texas. The Austin Affordable Housing Corporation ensures and preserves quality, affordable...

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Eastland Plaza

In October 2003, AAHC had a unique opportunity to purchase Eastland Plaza, a shopping center located at 1144 Airport Blvd, Austin 78702. This center...

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Down Payment Assistance Program

Since its inception in 2004, AAHC’s Down Payment Assistance program has assisted 103 people with the purchase of their own home. The program is...

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Six-Star Resident Program

The purpose of the program is to provide quality, affordable housing opportunities to families of low- to moderate-incomes while they work to overcome the...

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Equity CLT

AAHC created a separate nonprofit 501(c)(3) in 2009 that serves as a community land trust for homeownership. The Equity CLT program is open to...

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Economic Growth Business Incubator

Located in Eastland Plaza, Economic Growth Business Incubator (EGBI) is an innovative nucleus for entrepreneurs. The resource center was formed to meet the need...

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AAHC Portfolio

Multi-Family

AAHC is well on its way to surpassing the “4040 by 2020” goal the organization set to increase its portfolio of affordable housing units from the current 2,740 to at least 4,040 in the next four years to meet Austin’s critical need and dwindling supply.

AAHC recently purchased 6.3 acres of undeveloped land in the thinkEAST Creative District to construct more than 180 units of affordable housing just north of Airport Road off Shady Lane in Austin. A public-private partnership comprised of AAHC, national affordable housing developer Atlantic Pacific Management, and local affordable housing developer Madhouse Development plans to construct nearly 200 affordable apartment units in central east Austin. One-hundred percent of the units will be affordable to families earning 60 percent of Austin’s median family income. In addition, construction is under way at several properties including the Reserve at Springdale, Harris Branch Senior, and Urban Oaks.

Sterling Village Apartments

10401 North Lamar Blvd.

Austin 78753

207 Units

Family

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Bent Tree Apartments

8405 Bent Tree Road

Austin 78759

126 units

Family

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Sweetwater Apartments

2323 Wells Branch Parkway

Austin 78723

152 units

Family

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Park at Summers Grove

2900 Century Park

Austin 78728

240 Units

Family

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Leisure Time Village

1920 Gaston Place Dr.

Austin 78723

22 units

Senior

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Lexington Hills Apartments

2430 Cromwell Circle

Austin 78741

238 units

Family

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The Pointe at Ben White

6934 East Ben White Blvd.

Austin 78741

250 units

Family

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The Villages of Ben White

7000 East Ben White Blvd.

Austin 78741

183 units

Senior

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Reserve at Springdale

5605 Springdale Road

Austin 78723

292 units

Family

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Harris Branch Senior

12433 Dessau Road

Austin 78754

216 units

Senior

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Bridge at Tech Ridge

12800 Center Lake Dr.

Austin 78753

294 units

Family

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Urban Oaks

6725 Circle S Road

Austin

194 UNITS

Family

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Bridge at Volente

11908 Anderson Mill Road

Austin

208 Units

Family

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Bridge at South Point

6808 S. IH-35

Austin

176 Units

Family

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Studios at thinkEAST

1433 Shady Lane

Austin

182 units

Family

Bridge at Center Ridge

701 Center Ridge Dr.

Austin, Texas

348 Units

Family

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Bridge at Sterling Springs

2809 W. William Cannon Dr.

Austin, Texas

172 UNITS

Family

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Single-Family Rental Homes

AAHC acquired its single-family house rental inventory between 2001-2012. In keeping with its mission, AAHC rents these houses at an affordable, below-market rent amount. Housing Choice Vouchers are accepted. These houses are spread throughout the city of Austin.

Commercial Real Estate & Office Space

AAHC acquired multiple office buildings beginning in the year of its inception, 2003 through 2009. In keeping with its mission of affordability, AAHC rents the majority of its office space to local nonprofit partners.

AAHC Warehouse

205 Chicon St.

Austin 78702

Old Administration Building

1640 A & B E. 2nd St.

Austin 78702

Chapman Building

1100 South IH 35

Austin 78704

HACA Central Office

1124 South IH 35

Austin 78704

SHCC House

1503 South IH 35

Austin 78704

Eastland Plaza

1144 Airport Blvd.

Austin TX 78702

Retail Space

SHCC Building

1507 South IH 35

Austin 78704

Contact

Suzanne Schwertner, Residential Mortgage Loan Originator, NMLS #329226 for the Austin Affordable Housing Corporation, NLMS #329395

(512) 477-4488 ext. 2118     1124 S. IH-35 Austin, TX 78704

 

Customers wishing to file a complaint against a company or a residential mortgage loan originator should complete and send a complaint form to the Texas Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending, 2601 North Lamar, Suite 201, Austin, TX 78705. Complaint forms and instructions may be obtained from the department’s website at: www.SML.Texas.gov. A toll-free consumer hotline is available at: 1-(877)-276-5550.

 

The department maintains a recovery fund to make payments of certain actual out-of-pocket damages sustained by borrowers caused by acts of licensed residential mortgage loan originators. A written application for reimbursement from the recovery fund must be filed with an investigated by the department prior to the payment of a claim. For more information about the recovery fund, please consult the department’s website at: www.SML.TEXAS.gov.