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THFCTottenham Hotspur Football Club (London Soccer Team)
THFCThe Housing Finance Corporation (UK)
THFCThe Hearing Foundation of Canada (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
THFCTexas Health Facilities Commission (Texas Health Planning and Development Act of 1975)
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The Housing Finance Corporation (HFC) said on Monday it was poised to lower lending rates while also announcing the imminent roll-out of three new financing schemes.
Losers include the Peabody Trust housing association, which hoped for PS300million, and the Housing Finance Corporation, which wanted PS50million, say Lib Dems.
Losers include the Peabody Trust, which hoped for PS300million, and the Housing Finance Corporation, which wanted PS50million, say Lib Dems.
The European Investment Bank has agreed to provide GBP 1 billion for new social housing investment across the UK in partnership with the Housing Finance Corporation (THFC).
The loan secured by Wales & West Housing will be drawn down on 12 January 2015 and was accessed through Affordable Housing Finance, a subsidiary of The Housing Finance Corporation.
The finance secured by the housing association will be drawn down next month and was accessed through Affordable Housing Finance (AHF), a subsidiary of UK Government backed The Housing Finance Corporation (THFC).
Also, the government seems to be ready to proceed with upgrading the role of the Housing Finance Corporation from a financier to a portfolio manager, whereby the state would step in to ensure that foreclosed properties do not fall in the hands of property sharks.
The business, one of the UK's largest affordable housing providers has drawn down the multi-million pound low interest loan from The Housing Finance Corporation (THFC) and the European Investment Bank (EIB) to build hundreds of energy-efficient homes and improve thousands of existing properties.
The funding will come via the Housing Finance Corporation (THFC), a not for profit finance company set up in 1987.
Grace Townhomes: On May 23, CharterMac acquired a $5,225,600 tax-exempt Multifamily Housing Revenue Bond from the Housing Finance Corporation of Ennis to finance the construction of Grace Townhomes, a 112-unit multifamily affordable housing apartment complex located in Ennis, Texas.
The finance goes to the Housing Finance Corporation Ltd (THFC), London, for on-lending to seven Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) carrying out housing and urban regeneration programmes in Birmingham, Coventry, Durham, London and Manchester.