About Us


Housing Foundation of America

Housing Foundation of America, Inc. has been a leading HUD-approved 501(c)(3) non-profit organization for 5 years.

Established October 2005, Housing Foundation of America, Inc. provides services for first-time homebuyers, distressed homeowners, and any other needs as it pertains to workforce housing. Housing Foundation of America, Inc. and its affliates strive every day to provide quality assistance to those in need.

On a daily basis, Housing Foundation of America, Inc. provides the following services to individuals and families who can be empowered from these services.

Our Mission

Our mission is to address the needs of individuals and families as it pertains to attainable housing.  We aim to strengthen the relationship between homeowners, potential homeowners and the community by partnering with public and private organizations to disseminate timely and useful information through our educational programs, outreach efforts, and counseling services with an emphasis on the low to moderate income households.

Our Vision

The Housing Foundation of America, Inc. aims to strengthen the relationship between homeowners, potential homeowners and the community by partnering with public and private organizations to disseminate timely and useful information.

Our Values

We achieve mission-driven results while providing homeownership services that are consistently available, accessible, and responsive to the needs of the South Florida community, including helping families that are in housing distress.

Who Are We Helping?

We successfully provide individuals, and families in the South Florida community with homeownership services, including those suffering from housing distress. The Housing Foundation of America, Inc. distinctively offers multiple HUD certificate training workshops every month for first-time homebuyers, and knowledge about the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) purchase programs. These training workshops can also help you learn how to get up to $50,000 towards your down payment and closing costs, and up to $30,000 for home rehabilitation.