Kansas Housing Resources Corporation

Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (KHRC) is a self-supporting, public corporation which serves as the primary administrator of federal housing programs for the State of Kansas. Our mission is to increase the availability of affordable, decent and accessible housing for lower-income Kansans. To achieve our goal, KHRC collaborates with many partners across the state, including lenders, developers, builders, real estate agents, service providers, homeless advocates, non-profit organizations and government agencies.Created as a “one stop shop for housing,” KHRC administers over 25 affordable housing programs with five primary areas of emphasis: Homeownership, Rental Housing, Program Compliance, Housing with Supportive Services, and Asset Management.

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