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MFA Welcomes Dr. Patricia Sullivan as Newest Board Member

January 3, 2022
The New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority (MFA) recently welcomed its newest member, Dr. Patricia Sullivan, to the MFA Board of Directors with a swearing in ceremony at the MFA offices, 344 Fourth St. SW. In addition to serving as a current member of MFA’

Desert Hope Opens in Las Cruces

August 6, 2021
Desert Hope Apartments, a 40-unit permanent supportive housing development in Las Cruces, held its grand opening on August 5, 2021.

First-Time Homeowner Spotlight:  Andrea Pollock

August 3, 2021
Calm. Ease. Relief. These are the things Andrea Pollock brings to people every day in her work as a massage therapist. And that, she says, is what becoming a homeowner did for her.

First-Time Homeowner Spotlight: Rhonda Diaz

July 28, 2021
Sometimes, homeownership is about the little things. For new homeowner Rhonda Kay Diaz of Las Cruces, the little things include the ice machine in her new refrigerator and cooking on a gas stove.

State of New Mexico Homeowner Assistance (HAF) Draft Plan Feedback

July 26, 2021
The State of New Mexico and MFA are soliciting feedback on the State of New Mexico Homeowner Assistance (HAF) Draft Plan.

Affordable Apartment Project Planned Along Central Avenue Near Nob Hill

July 23, 2021
MFA provided $12.3 million to help fund the construction of 91 new affordable apartment homes on Central Ave. in Albuquerque.

COVID-19 Information for Homeowners and Renters

July 19, 2021
If you have experienced financial hardship due to the COVID-19 health crisis, you may qualify for housing cost assistance.

Amelia Gonzales’ Story

July 15, 2021
Meet Amelia Gonzales, a 70-year-old woman living in Espanola where MFA's Energy$smart program was able to make a huge difference.

Roberta Wilson’s Story

July 15, 2021
The MFA Energy$smart program completely changed Roberta Wilson's life, making her unlivable home comfortable and saving her money on utilities.

MFA Weatherization Saves $$$

July 15, 2021
Homeowners whose homes have been weatherized save an average of $240 per year in utility bills. The savings last for 20 to 25 years.