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Hear from Phillip about why he recommends Home At Last to his clients!

Home At Last - Realtor Phillip Goodman Helps Rural Happen Here
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From Elko to Enterprise to Carson City and even Sparks – Rural Happens Here … in every county in Nevada.

Home At Last - Rural Happens Here
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The Jones family shares how Home At Last™ and HAL Pals turned their house into a home.

Home At Last and HAL Pals In Action
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What's New at NRHA?

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Nevada Rural Housing Authority Executive Director Bill Brewer Joins National Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies Board of Directors

Nevada Rural Housing Authority (NRHA) Executive Director Bill Brewer has been selected to join the Board of Directors for the National Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies (NALHFA). He joins a group of distinguished leaders who work together to provide leadership in the field of affordable housing finance and to deliver quality services to the […]

21 MAY 2019
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Crystal Kleidosty Appointed to Interagency Council on Homelessness

Crystal Kleidosty, manager of rental and housing programs for the Nevada Rural Housing Authority (NRHA), has been appointed by Governor Brian Sandoval to Nevada’s Interagency Council on Homelessness (ICH). The ICH coordinates and focuses the State’s efforts to effectively address the challenge of homelessness in the State of Nevada through interagency cooperation. Council members work […]

22 JANUARY 2019
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Members of Red Hat Society Bring Holiday Gifts and Cheer to Residents at Richards Crossing in Carson City

Local members of the Red Hat Society delivered holiday cheer to the residents at Richards Crossing, a 39-unit affordable housing development in Carson City, developed and managed by the Nevada Rural Housing Authority for the homeless and extremely low-income individuals. The “Classy Sassy Bear Ladies” made holiday wreaths for the residents to select and hang […]

11 DECEMBER 2018
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