The New Mexico Homeowner Assistance Fund can help pay your past-due and current mortgage payments if you are experiencing a financial hardship associated with the COVID-19 health crisis.
Homeowners and renters: If you have experienced financial hardship due to the COVID-19 health crisis, you may qualify for housing cost assistance.
The MFA office reopened July 6, following COVID-19 safe practices. In the interim, all MFA programs are operational, and we are moving forward on all fronts with as little disruption as possible. If you need to reach an MFA staff member, please contact them via phone or e-mail. Learn more about what’s happening at MFA and how it could affect you.
Due to the continued restrictions on mass gatherings in New Mexico and because of our commitment to your health and safety, MFA has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2021 New Mexico Housing summit for another year. We will post the dates of the September 2022 Housing Summit soon. Thank you for your understanding, and we hope to see you in Albuquerque next year.
Construction is set to begin on Pueblo of Acoma's newest LIHTC development in April 2021. MFA awarded $6.7 million in tax credits to fund the 30-unit development, which will be built in the traditional Acoma architectual style.
MFA's 2021-2022 Housing Directory is a comprehensive resource for housing in New Mexico. The directory contains lists of affordable rental properties, emergency service providers, MFA-approved lenders and much more.
If you would like a hard copy of the Housing Directory, please fill out the form below. We will mail you one copy at no charge.
Directory Request Form
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On February 5, MFA celebrated the grand opening of Nuevo Atrisco, an 88-unit multi-use apartment community on the northwest corner of Central Ave and Unser Blvd.