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The Housing Authority of Clayton County (HACC) has offered a number of housing programs and initiatives since its founding in 1982. Historically, HACC has served as a financial conduit providing incentives for developers to construct or rehabilitate multi-family residential housing projects within the community.

Bond Program/Bond Financing (1982-Present)

HACC serves as a vehicle for financing local developers who wish to build, maintain, or revitalize affordable housing in Clayton County. HACC has assisted in financing the purchase and improvement of properties throughout the county, bringing a higher quality of affordable housing to the community. The number of bond financed projects is increasing over the years as HACC has grown its staff and its ability to complete bond transactions in an organized and timely manner.

Beneficiaries of Bond Financing: