Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Simple Dollar Guide to Buying a New Home

The Simple Dollar offers insightful analysis and effective money saving tips with the goal of helping others achieve as much value as possible for money spent in all aspects of their lives.  The Simple Dollar is sharing this free guide on buying a new home, designed to walk readers through every step of the home buying process, from the initial purchase decision through final closing.  Feel free to share this excellent resource with First Time Homebuyers, Family Self-Sufficiency participants, or supportive service recipients.  

Important Contact Information

Please click on the link to access important contact information:  

U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) Contacts – Philadelphia Regional Office & Pittsburgh Field Office 

Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA) Contacts 

National Association of Housing & Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) Contacts 

Public Housing Authorities Directors Association (PHADA) Contacts 

Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development (PA DCED) Contacts

ReThink Housing

ReThink Housing is an inititative created to increase awareness of and encourage people to learn more about the benefits of public housing.  Visit ReThink Housing to watch inspiring videos, gather enlightening facts and figures, and see statistical proof that public housing and related services support families, build communities, foster education and provide stability.  

UpStreet Architects, Inc.

Karen L. Welsh, R.A., President | Category: Architecture and Engineering

Phone: 724.349.3601 | Fax: 724.349.5779 | www.upstreetarchitects.com

541 Philadelphia Street, Indiana, PA  15701

kwelsh@upstreetarchitects.com

Full-service architectural firm with expertise in affordable multi-family, senior and special needs housing, and mixed-use developments including new construction, renovation, rehabilitation, and historic preservation projects in both urban and rural settings.  Design and construction services in compliance with PHFA, DCED, HUD, FHBL and USDA FmHA requirements.