2005 Oregon Photo Gallery

See how HUD funds benefit your community.

[Photo 1: FHA House 2]
FHA-insured mortgages make homeownership possible for about
20,000 households in Oregon each year. Nearly 7,000 of those
are first-time homebuyers.

[Photo 2: Side by side: AAAH 2003 and Asian Homebuying Fair]
Community partners such as the African American Alliance
for Homeownership, and the Asian Homebuying Association,
work to increase minority homeownership with events like
these homebuying fairs.

[Photo 3: Buckman Heights]
Buckman Heights' affordable rental housing puts the environment first with easy access to short term car rentals for tenants who don't own a car, but occasionally need one.
[Photo 4: Alberta Simmons 3]
Alberta Simmons Plaza combines elderly housing with street level commercial space to anchor the renewal of MLK, Jr. Blvd., in Portland.
[Photo 5: Side by side: HOPE in H6 and Columbia site plan]
Columbia Villa was once Oregon's largest public housing project; now it's being replaced by New Columbia, a new neighborhood of homes for rent and to buy.
[Photo 6: Youthbuild wall raising]
Young people who have dropped out of school get a second chance with HUD's Youthbuild program, by learning a construction trade while building or renovating affordable housing.


Content Archived: August 28, 2014